A psychiatrist faces his past, present and future when he finds himself involved in the treatment of a young man recently released from prison for a murder committed when the boy was just 11 years old.
May returns to her childhood home in Jordan for her wedding. Shortly after reuniting with her sisters and their long-since divorced parents, myriad familial and cultural conflicts lead May to question the big step she is about to take.
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An organ transplant committee has an hour to decide which of three patients deserves a life-saving heart. Six years later, the committee members struggle with the consequences of that fateful decision.
Not funny, while it was suppose to be exactly that. Uncredible acting performances, lackluster story, slowburning direction. Tv movie quality, at best...
Wow, actress Anjelica Houston, whom I hadnt heard from in a while. She looked gorgeous back in the days, but those days have gone. Never mind how she looks now, she doesnt act convincingly. At all. Although it is suppose to be a comedy, characters still have to act credibly. Anjelica Houston fails at delivering a credible performance though. Fails big time. And since she is one of only 2 leading characters, this movie is going nowhere.
It is not terribly bad. It just aint really funny. Bill Pullman is his usual self. He doesnt act bad, but he cant save this movie either.
The story. Bill Pullman starts digging at a piece of land that supposedly belongs to Anjelica Houston. That spells trouble. Only 2 reviews for this movie. That should warn anyone who is considering paying for this movie. Watch it for free, just to convince yourself this movie looks promising, but fails at delivering the moment you start watching...
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