Two women embark on a road trip after they are brought together by circumstance. Rebecca (Portman) flees her hotel after a fight with her mother-in-law (Maura) and hails a taxi driven by Hanna (Lazlo).
While is receiving an enigmatic phone call from his girlfriend Francine, Thomas remembers the milestones of their relationship, from the very moment they met in a really strange way. A segment of Paris, je t'aime (2006).
The ultimate story of families, love, and growth within a small British community. Sisters-in-law Peggy Snow and Ruth Goddard deal with life's trials and tribulations realistically, very ... See full summary »
Novalee Nation is a pregnant 17-year-old from Tennessee heading to California with her boyfriend Willie Jack, but is abandoned by him at a Wal-Mart store in Sequoyah, Oklahoma. Novalee has no job, no skills and only $5.55 in her pocket, so she secretly lives in the Wal-Mart until her daughter Americus is born six weeks later. Novalee decides to raise her daughter and rebuild her life in Sequoyah, with the help of eccentric but kind strangers. Based on the best-selling novel by Billie Letts.Written by
While Novalee's unlucky number in the film is 5, the novel's Novalee has an unlucky number of 7. See more »
Near the end of the film Forney leaves his group of friends to run toward Novalee. The group of friends moves to the left in the next scene when Forney and Novalee are talking. See more »
[driving up to the curb]
Hi! Sorry honey but I made it.
Was it a big inconvenience?
Novalee, I have 5 children. Everything is an inconvenience. Mind if I drive real slow on the way home? I'd like to pretend it's a vacation.
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I watched this one on tape last night with my wife, who is definitely a 'chick flick' person, and we both disliked it. The story is so unreal that it's insulting. I wonder what all the hard struggling single parents who saw this film thought about it. Nobody seemed to have to worry about putting bread on the table in this movie, and, according to it, finding Mr. Right is the purpose of a woman's existence. The harder Portman and Judd tried to act, the more it showed their lack of talent. Portman's fake southern accent sounded like finger nails scratching on a chalkboard, as did Judd's crying. Being the pig that I am, I like sweet Natalie, but my prediction is that she'll become Brooke Shields II - pretty face, no talent, lots of hype. I truly hope I'm wrong.
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