David Lewis is affected by the death of his wife Gillian, who fell from the mast pole of their boat on a sailing trip two years ago. David deals with his grief by continuing his romance ... See full summary »
A portrait of a fictional town in the midwest that is home to a group of idiosyncratic and slightly neurotic characters. Dwayne Hoover is a wealthy car dealership owner that's on the brink ... See full summary »
Ben and Katie married fifteen years ago and gifted with two children. They stay together but their hearts had separated long back. After the kids are send to summer camp both start living separately and eventually preparing to break news of their separation to the kids. But being alone in each one's own world makes them to think about the other. When the D-day comes Katie and Ben stick together for the good of their children.Written by
Thejus Joseph Jose
At the time of filming, Michelle Pfeiffer was dealing with the dissolution of her production company, as well as her father's death. See more »
During the start of the "there is no ass" conversation between the Reiner and Willis characters as the camera goes backwards, you can see the white tennis shoes/legs of a crew member walking backwards in the reflection of the glass railing. See more »
But that's Ben - that's who you fell in love with. Katie, you are at 80 who you are at 8. People don't *change*!
People *change* over time - you've got to expect that. Ben, the only way a relationship works is if people grow and change together!
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Wow, that is the one word that would best sum up what the movie is all about. It is so close to reality that it is scary, I am only 16 so I haven't gone through this yet, however my parents have, and all I can say is that the movie was done so well I could relate to so many things in the movie.
Bruce and Michelle play the characters so well that it look like they are going through it as well.
I would say that it is worth watching wether you know the situation or just want to watch the movie. It is touchy and funny at the same time.
I wrote at the beginning that my parents went through the same things and I believe that the movie helped them to get through it and they are now doing a lot better and don't fight as often.
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