The secret longings of three young, hip L.A. couples provides the impetus of the conversations in lightweight drama which focuses upon the issue of commitment. One member of each couple, ... See full summary »
James Le Gros,
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South Boston Irish bad boy Danny Quinn returns back home from New York and gets stuck between his pals, who are supported by one Irish mafia clan, and his family, which are members of ... See full summary »
Traumatized after witnessing her jealous husband kill her adulterous lover and then himself, an unbalanced, nymphomaniac young woman finds herself stalked by an unknown assailant, but she cannot make anyone believe her desperate situation.
A man who abandoned his family callously returns with his new girlfriend to sign the divorce papers and see his daughter who's getting married. His arrival reawakens old family wounds and pushes his distraught wife to the brink of sanity.
The closing credits are divided into several different categories, separating the various characters into the following groups (in order): "The Police", "Shrinks", "Friends and Lovers", "Vegetarians and Carnivores", "Fruits and Nuts", "Carrot Victims", "The Forensic Team", "Rekindled Romance", "Serial Killer Group Therapy", "Lawyers", "The Boys in the Alley", "Sketchy People", "Quintano's People", "Quintano's Movie: To Love Me Is to Fight Me", "Liam's Family in New York", and "And the Rest." See more »
Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever endured.
Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever endured. It felt and looked like a film studies class project, except for the number of recognizable actors. A wasted group of talent. I can't say anything other than that is an hour-and-a-half of my life that I will never get back.
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