) Neither about life nor about anything like life, this bubbleheaded drama is mostly about slapping together a bunch of cliches regarding the loneliness of ambitious women. Angelina Jolie plays a Seattle TV reporter who is forced to take stock when a sidewalk prophet (Tony Shalhoub) announces that she’s going to die in a week. A dully cute, bickering romance with her cameraman (Edward Burns) fills out this cartoonish, overly simplistic tale directed by Stephen Herek (Mr. Holland’s Opus). D
Genre: Romance, Comedy; Starring: Ed Burns, Angelina Jolie, Stockard Channing, Tony Shalhoub; Director: Stephen Herek; Author: John Scott Shepherd; Release Date Wide: 04/26/2002; Runtime (in minutes): 103; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Distributor: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
Posted May 10 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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