Jennie Garth of "90210" stars as Susan, an unemployed Los Angeles museum curator and widowed single mom temporarily living in a small California town with her three sensitive sons. Jake (Brad Rowe of "General Hospital") is a single dad of two tomboys who owns a local winery. When Susan's dog Rusty (voiced by Jay Mohr of "Ghost Whisperer") falls for Jake's poodle Cheri (voiced by Nikki Cox of "Las Vegas"), these canine matchmakers help their owners fall in love too. Now with a Christmas Day wedding to plan -- and major complications threatening to unravel it all -- can two mismatched broods find a way to make one happy family? Tom Arnold and Catherine Hicks ("Seventh Heaven") co-star in this heartwarming holiday film from the producer/director of The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation and Your Love Never Fails.
Writer:Peter Sullivan (screenplay), Jeffrey Schenck (story), Peter Sullivan (story), Jeff Sagansky (story)
It's love at first sight when Rusty the Labrador and Cheri the Poodle meet one day while jogging in the park. Even better- their owners fall in love too! But love is more complicated for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
T C (us) wrote: Weird movie. Not sure why they made the movie from what is a real life story.
Vesko K (mx) wrote: nai lubimiq mi film v jivota
Chrislyn R (de) wrote: I'll wait for netflix... Lol...
Zach M (es) wrote: Average movie with some decent moments.
Kandy L (nl) wrote: Addicted to Love is a romantic comedy about breakups and makeups. Kelly Preston plays a selfish exgirlfriend of Matthew Broderick, Meg Ryan is the revenge toting exgirfriend to french actor Tcheky Karyo. This movie is worth seeing for the description of what love is from Meg Ryans character Maggie. Matthew and Meg have great on screen chemistry, Kelly and Tcheky not so much. This is a great film for all relationships or singles. If you have ever wanted to torture your friend for being in a perfect relationship, or were used by someone to get ahead, you will be able to relate to the characters. This is a movie you'll want to quote and watch over and over. Other movies to watch with this are When Harry Met Sally, French Kiss and Forget Paris. For those with an active imagination you can make one big long movie using these.
Alexander C (au) wrote: nuff said throw a card!
Harry W (us) wrote: I'm not a fan of romantic comedies, particular ones where the title is a casual phrase like "What's your number?" or "He's just not that into you", but as the case has been with The Scarlet Letter, We're No Angels, Striptease and G.I. Jane, I can sit through any film all the way through if it gives me a glimpse of Demi Moore nude in one way or anotherAbout Last Night... proved mostly to be the generic romantic comedy that I had predicted. It wasn't funny, and it just relied on a lot of "Did you ever notice" gags in its dialogue and within the relationship between its two protagonists. But the thing is that yes, I did notice all that in many life experiences and other films, so why an entire film dedicates itself to pointing them out is ambiguous to me. About Last Night... felt like an extended episode of a romantic comedy sitcom, and not a good one.It became very generic very fast, and if not for Jim Belushi's performance I wouldn't understand a single reason that people would find this film to be funny, and even the dramatic aspects of the film are too melodramatic. So the drama and the comedy isn't effective most of the time.To make it worse, the story is too predictable. The relationship between the two protagonists feels real thanks to strong chemistry and talented performances, but their relationship is packed with the tedious drama that every real relationship is faced with which anyone who has been in one will know. Anyone who has been in a relationship will also know that things like that are very tedious and annoying to deal with, so to have to watch them on film is no more entertaining than having to experience them yourself. About Last Night... is nothing but a generic love story. And while it has plenty of realism, one thing it does not have plenty of is entertainment. I don't know if the film was funny back in the day it was released, but by today's standards it is dated, unoriginal and just plain boring. I can honestly say that anybody who is not a fan of romantic comedies will not be a fan of About Last Night..., so its better to look elsewhere.I really don't have much to say. I didn't hate About Last Night..., but I didn't enjoy it. It was dull, boring, unfunny and weak. It was everything I don't want in a romantic comedy, and it wasn't even sexy enough. There is no denying that Demi Moore's young and untouched figure was worth the viewing and that she is at some of her sexiest from before her step into Striptease, but that wasn't enough to constitute entertainment value for a boring 113 minute long romantic comedy.But About Last Night... does feature one of Demi Moore's way better performances because as well as being very sexy she is undeniably dead on in her line delivery and the emotions her character faces. Instead of being over the top or melodramatic, she is just right, and she makes a real sweet and friendly presence who is really easy to feel sympathetic for.And Rob Lowe makes a great transitioned to a more mature themed role after being a teen star who won a Golden Raspberry award for his previous collaboration with Demi Moore in St. Elmo's Fire. In About Last Night..., he is very realistic and feels like a truly humane character, and it is easy to appreciate is efforts.And the chemistry of the lead actors feels like it has genuine love to it as well as the usual complicated dynamics that a relationship faces in the real world, so some elements of About Last Night... prove successful on the basis that it has a certain element of truth to it.But still, About Last Night... builds too much of the limitation it has in its story of being all based on one relationship. The actors arte good, the creativity, originality and comedy is not. And if you're a fan of generic romantic stories I can guarantee that this is your kind of film, but people looking for a little more will find a lot less.
Patrick M (us) wrote: "The ultimate trip" was the way the girl working at the video store I go to described it, I agree it was a crazy experience I probably never want to go through again, still it's worth watching at least once.A scientist (William Hurt) obsessed with looking for mankind's true meaning, experiments by going inside an isolation chamber and taking hallucinatory drugs.It's pretty weird and cool, I'd say it definitely belongs in Driver's list. It's one of those "transformation horror" movies, a subgenre Darren Aronofsky has mastered with "Pi", "Requiem for a Dream", and "Black Swan". The type of movie where the main character becomes obsessed with something to the point where he starts losing his mind and the movie changes from being Sci-fi or any other genre to horror.I'm not finding it easy to describe what I felt, but I'd say its a hypnotic experience, it has a feeling I get when watching films by Kubrick or David Lynch, yet unlike "The Shining" (which I don't consider scary), this is effectively scary even though its more than 30 years old. It has some bizarre scenes around the end that had me terrified, even scarier than the horrifying scene in Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now".Now about the things I didn't like about it, the DVD quality was horrible, the CGI during the last scene was so poorly made and crazy it was funny, and I kept on thinking that it would've been a lot more fun to watch with friends. With that said, I was expecting something experimental and more adequate for someone who usually enjoys art house movies, but I was wrong, it ended up being very entertaining and I couldn't keep my eyes off it.I'm looking forward to finally watching Criterion10's beloved "The Devils" and other movies directed by Ken Russell.I'd recommend it to people who liked movies similar to "The Fly", "The Woman", "Jacob's Ladder", "An American Werewolf in London", "Evil Dead", "2001: A Space Odyssey", and/or "Videodrome".
Sanity Assassin (it) wrote: a frame of time focusing in on what a woman was supposed to be in that era and focusing on the caused psychological effects. could've been valuable in its day but doesn't make much of a statement to me now. for me the hopeless housewife coming to terms with her existence falls flat
Nick K (au) wrote: It's an alright film, but the plot is farfetched (that Larry could do such a good impersonation of the Baron that he could pass as him - even to his close acquaintances and his wife).
Byron B (br) wrote: won recognition as a best foreign film by NBR
Mike S (it) wrote: I always say that Wahlberg picks out his roles quite well. Though this film's plot is a little tale, Wahlberg and Aniston are great in this film, fresh enough to keep my attention going.