A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?
A true story of survival, as a young couple's chance encounter leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history.
Four longtime friends and book club members "Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen" have their lives upended when they aim to spice up their mundane routines by reading the provocative bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey. With newfound confidence, they each begin to come alive as exciting romances are ignited and old flames are rekindled. Through it all, the ladies inspire one other to make this next stage of their lives the best and steamiest thus far.
Alicia Silverstone and Wallace Shawn appeared together in Clueless (1995). See more »
When Diane is talking to her two daughters in Scottsdale while eating a slice of pizza, the amount of pizza on the plate keeps changing between shots although she is not eating it. See more »
Your husband just died.
Harry. Yeah. Oh, my goodness. Oh, he was such a good man.
I always thought that was the best thing that ever happened to you.
Harry dying was the best thing that ever happened to her?
Yeah, because now she can have sex with somebody who's not an accountant.
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During the end credits the black and white snapshot of the four ladies as young girls is seen again. Then the four leading ladies recreate the photo, the shutter clicks and a black and white still frame of the four ageing ladies is seen. See more »
Dreadfull........just pretend you never heard of it.
All the bad reviews here are so believable, which is a rarity. The only sober acting is from Andy Garcia and Don Johnson. Maybe it was down to those ladies drinking too much wine, but this movie has now reached the dregs of the barrel in terms of entertainment.. I am so disappointed with their portrayal of senior citizenship. I am sixty seven years of age and I feel embarrassed that women of our generation can act like children. Maybe it should have been called - Desperate HouseWhines.
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