herself, aggressively pursuing her perfect life ... until the words of a
street prophet make her reevaluate. Wait a minute -- wasn't this Nicolas
Cage in "The Family Man"?
Even when hung over or lying in a hospital bed, her false lashes are
in place, her mascara never smeared -- and those famous balloon-like lips
never lose their perfect sheen.
Too bad the film couldn't have perfected its own image as well.
Hard to say what kind of movie it is
Patrick Reynolds, an actor, lives in Glendale with his wife and fellow
critic, Gabrielle Reynolds.
I don't think I liked this movie. It was something like a movie, but
The listing called it a comedy, but it wasn't funny. There were a
couple of humorous moments, but not enough to make it a comedy.
I think it was trying to be a romantic film, but there was no
chemistry between the stars. And then there is the message about how
you're not supposed to be shallow and materialistic ... why? It never
made a real commitment to that statement either.
The only premise that this film stayed loyal to was the predictability
of the premise.
"Life or Something Like It" is rated PG-13.