When leading marriage counselor Annie Morgan (Candace Cameron Bure) is offered an opportunity to host a relationship talk show, she jumps at the chance. But fearful that being single might ruin her big break, she conspires with an old college friend and recent widower, Mark Crane (David James Elliott), to pose as a married couple with kids. Their story starts to unravel when Annie and Mark join her eccentric soon-to-be boss (Ronny Cox) for a weekend at his ranch in New Mexico. Comical misunderstandings mark the event as Annie struggles to keep up the ruse, finding herself emotionally invested and conflicted by her own conscience. Will she confess the truth about her marital status and her feelings for Mark... and will the truth set them free?
Writer:Wesley Bishop (teleplay), Alan Marc Levy (teleplay & story)
"Honesty is the key to a successful marriage", advises counselor Annie Morgan. Ironically, the never-married Annie doesn't always follow her own advice. Media mogul Terrance Bishop invites ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Phillip D (it) wrote: Well, LL Cool J is in the movie. That should tell you just about everything you need to know.
Paul E (it) wrote: Very good prison drama with good acting, good script and fight scenes with a happy ending. The dialog might be difficult in places for Americans to understand the slang spoken. But don't let that distract you from this enjoyable movie.
Kris H (ca) wrote: Good movie! Good actors. Pretty gorey but exciting. I really enjoyed the movie and the ending was a cool twist.
Roger D (br) wrote: drab and very forgettable.
Brendan N (nl) wrote: great character study and film by joel schumacher who has had a very hit & miss career. its not action packed but it showcases colin farrell before he was famous.
Dan K (jp) wrote: Imelda captures the sadly humorous side of dictatorships, where with a certain friendly attitude, political smartness, and pop-culture ascetic appreciation can the masses be propitiated, even years after the regime has fallen.
Bobby D (jp) wrote: All in all pretty good. One of the better "old" John Wayne films. The fun element of this film set in 1909 was highlighting the differences in technology from the old days of six shooters and horses to one of Waynes son's riding a motor cycle and rifles with telescopic sights. Some weak direction in parts and lack of overall use of a really good cast. Still it was a good yarn.
Harri K (es) wrote: Ridiculous. Drags. A few funny moments save much.
Jeff Z (jp) wrote: Fritz Lang set up some nice shots in this low budget Republic release (and a couple of very funny corny ones like the fish jumping recall) but apparently didn't bother to direct his actors very much as Louis Hayward acts as a one man wrecking crew, chewing every piece of scenery in sight. His over the top performance is the type of thing they used to parody on SCTV. Jane Wyatt is okay as his wife, but Lee Bowman seems embarrassed playing Hayward's crippled (he walks with a limp) brother. Billed as a "Gothic Mystery" its more gothic than mystery (in fact, there is NO mystery to the audience--only a few people in the film don't know who the murderer is).
Augustina S (jp) wrote: Stunning visuals, delightful score and a storyline with universally appealing, timeless themes of life, death and friendship.
Jim W (gb) wrote: An enjoyable thriller with some really gruesome torture. It has a fun side that is a welcome relief from the darkness. It's worth watching.
Gimly M (ag) wrote: While the sequences that Mission: Impossible is most famous for (the ceiling-descent and train-top) are truly thrilling, absolutely everything in between these scenes is obvious and uninspired. Rarely can a movie have you so completely engaged one minute, and then immediately back to checking the time the next. An important film, pop-culturally speaking, but not a very good one.