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St. Patrick's Day (1997)

An Irish family has a reunion near St Patrick's Day, and all of the expected drama ensues.

Director:

Hope Perello

Writer:

Hope Perello
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Piper Laurie ... MaryPat Donnelly-McDonough
Joanne Baron ... Priss
Jim Metzler ... Adam
Redmond Gleeson Redmond Gleeson ... Thomas
Bob Evan Collins Bob Evan Collins ... Stan
Martin Cassidy Martin Cassidy ... Seamus
Sheilah Grenham Sheilah Grenham ... Kate
Chris Valenti ... Patrick
Ciara Delehanty Ciara Delehanty ... Kelly
Sandra Ellis Lafferty ... Bridget
David Ault David Ault ... John Michael
Denis O'Hare ... Russell
Julie Strain ... Molly
Ann Fairlie Ann Fairlie ... Dorrie
Marty Maguire Marty Maguire ... Fred
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An Irish family has a reunion near St Patrick's Day, and all of the expected drama ensues.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for language and sex-related material
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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I couldn't help but be reminded of "Home for the Holidays"...
16 March 2003 | by SinjinSBSee all my reviews

When I first starting watching this movie, I couldn't help but be reminded of Home for the Holidays. Sure enough, it played out much the same with the same kind of scenarios. Whereas the actors in the other movie were able to keep us entertained, the likes of Piper Laurie and Vitamin C couldn't quite draw me in. It's not bad and if you want to see an Irish-American family reunion and all that ensues. Right from the start, the mother states that she's taken the pledge and there will be no drinking. Almost everyone is having relationship problems or some kind that would definitely drive some to drink. If you want to see how it plays out, sneaking liquor, who's sleeping with whom, then it will probably squeak by marginally holding your attention. Sometimes it's good to watch these kind of movies to make you feel better about your own family. I will warn you there is a scene that rivals the hot tub scene with Kathy Bates and Jack Nicholson in About Schmidt, though not quite so graphic.

**1/2 (Out of 4)


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