Annie has it all in life. A wonderful husband and a darling little girl. All is going well until she goes to a softball practice and meets Maggie. Maggie -- cute, athletic, and openly gay -- touches feeling deep down inside Annie that she has no idea existed. Maggie also is attracted to Annie but vows to her friends that she will not make a move on her because of her wonderful family. As the friendship gets closer and as they struggle to stay apart, all hell breaks loose. A night of dancing and drinking puts Annie in the arms of Maggie. The love affair begins and reaches a point where there may be no way back.
Annie, a happily married woman with a loving husband and daughter, joins her company's softball team and becomes good friends with her teammate, the openly gay Maggie. Much to Annie's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sandy T (es) wrote: A cute romantic comedy... it doesn't hurt that it's about tennis although the playing wasn't real. I did enjoy it quite a lot.
Chelsea M (ag) wrote: A guilty pleasure that I keep watching because Julia Stiles & Freddie Prinze Jr should have made for a much better flick.Great music. Takes me back to high school.
Frida S (es) wrote: Wonderful! It's so catching! And so sad. But at the same time funny!
Emily B (jp) wrote: Ugh. 1990, the time when the cartoon world went into 4kids mode. When I was a child I always preferred the first movie over this...poor excuse of a sequel, not like any of them are as good as the first movie. But this...ugh...full of corny lines, the characters are cheaply animated. The list goes on.
Senor C (jp) wrote: I should probably rate this a little higher because if you're looking for a goreladden mindless slasher w/ nudity Blood Rage satisfies. While @ a drive in 74 a kid hatchets a patron in the head & pins it on his twin brother. Ten years later the innocent brother escapes from the mental institution & returns home only to give the guilty brother a reason to start killing once again. No mystery. No suspense. Just kills, some sex, a shower & a very strange scene w/ Louise Lasser sitting on the floor in front of the refrigerator eating Thanksgiving leftovers. Lasser is quite bizarre throughout this. She cleans the house in worry for her son to return home & pleads like a crazy woman w/ the operator. This along w/ Home Sweet Home are the only Thanksgiving based slashers that I know of. It's too bad neither of them took on the holiday title to beat Eli Roth to the punch
Jenn B (it) wrote: Made me sleepy on a Christmas day.
Tio B (kr) wrote: "A naked teenage boy covered in blood"? Sorry, not for me, but I'll have to recommend it to my Uncle Charlie.