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Something To Talk About 1995

From Amazon: This well-intentioned but strangely cold tale concerns an emotionally repressed Southern belle (Julia Roberts) who separates from her husband (Dennis Quaid) after discovering he is an unabashed philanderer. Pressed by her dominating father (Robert Duvall) into reconciling with her spouse, Roberts's character chafes against so much male control over her destiny. Defended by a fiercely independent sister (a catchy performance by Kyra Sedgwick), the heroine develops the nerve to plot her own course in life while her mother (Gena Rowlands) finds the gumption to throw her own mate out of the house. The script by Callie Khouri (Thelma &...

Directed By:
No image existsLasse Hallstrom
Written By:
No image existsCallie Khouri
No image existsJulia Roberts
Dennis QuaidDennis Quaid
No image existsRobert Duvall
No image existsGena Rowlands
No image existsKyra Sedgwick
No image existsBrett Cullen
No image existsMuse Watson

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Something To Talk About Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/25/2007)

A film about separation, but also about tradition and being part of a family. It ultimately is a pretty bad movie, but thank goodness for the awesome Kyra Sedgwick who almost single-handedly saves the movie.

Everyone except Sedgwick is lame as well, including the plot.

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