Do folks from places like Oklahoma ever get fed up with being portrayed as trailer-dwelling, white-trash kooks with names like Sister Husband and Praline? The cliché-fest Where the Heart Is, about a girl who gives birth in a Wal-Mart, manages to squander its fine cast (Sally Field! Stockard Channing!) in another tired Hollywood meditation on ”quirkiness.” C-
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama; Starring: Dabney Coleman, Ashley Judd, Natalie Portman, Uma Thurman, Stockard Channing, Joan Cusack, Sally Field; Director: John Boorman, Matt Williams; Author: John Boorman; Runtime (in minutes): 120; Distributor: Wind Dancer Productions
Posted September 29 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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