The Mirror Has Two Faces

The Mirror Has Two Faces

Rose Morgan (Barbara Streisand), who still lives with her mother (Lauren Bacall), is a professor of Romantic Literature who desperately longs for passion in her life. Gregory Larkin (Jeff Bridges), a mathematics professor, has been burned by passionate relationships and longs for a sexless union based on friendship and respect.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:126 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   snow,  

Rose Morgan, a shy English literature professor at Columbia University, shares a home with her mother, Hannah (Bacall). When her attractive sister, Claire (Rogers) starts making preparations for her third wedding to Alex (Brosnan), she feels her loveless life is empty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jeff H (es) wrote: I don't know how people as funny and endearing as Danny McBride and David Gordon Green managed to make such an unfunny movie. The laughs are few and far between and when they come they're pretty light. It doesn't play like a tribute to fantasy films but it doesn't play like a parody of them either. That's because no real attempt has been made to do either. The genre of fantasy seems almost incidental. It feels like your watching a bad SNL sketch that's been strenuously extended to nearly two hours. Natalie Portman, to her credit, is so competent as an actor and so incredibly beautiful that it almost makes up for inherent weakness of the movie. Almost. I couldn't help feeling a little bad for her as my mind wandered, wondering what was running through her mind while she was on set. If she was, as I imagine, rolling with the punches and calmly reassuring herself that her career will survive Your Highness, then she was right. But that's again to her credit. What a stinker. One star for Portman, one star for all of the jokes combined (which played back to back would be about six minutes long and much better than the movie itself).

Gene A (kr) wrote: HILARIOUS!! haven't seen this in years! def one of my favorite comedies.

Andrew S (kr) wrote: The whole thing feels like a rough draft. There are many good ideas and concepts which could have been elaborated on, rather than underplayed and forgotten.

Ian C (gb) wrote: The greatest film ever made. Comedy gold. The scene where Jake Donahue goes undercover is the funniest moment in the history of cinema. Billy Blanks treble kick is like a WMD :D

Scott C (fr) wrote: Totally didn't realise that Melinda Dillon was in this. Makes me want to see it again. It's a nice family movie, but definitely not a classic.

G R (br) wrote: This movie was so bad that I couldn't stop laughing! This is definately one of the worst exploitation films ever. In fact, this is one of the worst film films ever.

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K N (kr) wrote: Great film everyone should see.

Greg W (ru) wrote: Things pick up in the dark final third; there's a famous -- very Langian -- scene in which Scott, tied up with rope, escapes by holding his bonds over a real fire.