J.C. Wiatt is a New York City businesswoman who is married to her job. Her life is thrown into turmoil when she inherits a baby from a distant relative. And the baby's arrival comes with a series of life-changing events for her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The life of super-yuppie J.C. is thrown into turmoil when she inherits a baby from a distant relative.
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Bruce20 B (br) wrote: Underrated. This smashing hit shows what marvel is about! My Score: 81%
Donna F (us) wrote: Unfortunately, Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman can't rise above this mediocre script.
Simon G (kr) wrote: number 1 of bad movies, you have just gotta laugh
Cu C (ru) wrote: I want a bull terrrier and I'm going to call him Baxter :)
Adam R (de) wrote: An iconic eighties classic that is both funny and scary. It's a one-of-a-kind original film. (First viewing - Late childhood)
Kenneth B (au) wrote: This is a typically hyperbolic film from Corman and although it isn't the most cultured of films it has its merits. It is notable for a very early Robert De Niro turn.
James B (mx) wrote: This movie has a number of strong points going for it, including a decent pace (no it is not slow), some honest tension in the story (you do wonder at times who is in the right, and how things will and should turn out), a supporting role by Peter Lorre, and the early 1960's stereotypes and sexism, bad science, and annoying social habits are all kept subdued enough for one to overlook them for the most part. There are a few missteps in the film, including attacks by a squid and an octopus that both break the flow of the story, and a somewhat dissatisfying stand off with a fatalist scientist at the end, that tarnish what could have been a rather strong film (similar in some regards to On the Beach, if not as morally saddening).
Paul P (fr) wrote: I've always been interested in seeing a Sirk movie so i might as well start with this one.
Michael H (it) wrote: The most interesting film on an interview you'll ever see, and heavily thanks to strong directing by Howard and to great leads to build chemistry.
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