Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Ray Liotta, Shaun Sipos, Glenne Headly, Rachel Blanchard, Brooke Nevin
Director: Bruce McCulloch
Deep in the heart of football country, Skylar Eckerman (Shaun Sipos) is a star. As quarterback of his high school football team, he?s got the skills, the looks, and the girls. Although not quite the hero compared to his ne... more »
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Alexander Snell | Winnipeg, MB CAN | 01/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There are those movies that really make you reflect on life and where you stand in it, and there are those that make you want those precious moments back.
This movie is one that really makes me think about life and where i've been, what I've done and what I still need to make time for to do. I loved this movie for so many reasons. Just saw it on TV and have ordered a copy. It was a great film. Perhaps not for everyone but, for me and at this point in my life; it certainly is a great movie.
I'd recommend this film if you've seen "Broken Flowers" and enjoyed it. Both are fantasic!
Lee Armstrong | Winterville, NC United States | 01/13/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I enjoyed this film. While it may not be classic, it has great moments. Bruce McCulloch, who directed the light comedies "Stealing Harvard" & "Superstar," keeps the pace brisk. Ray Liotta, who won an Emmy for "ER" in 2005, plays Walter Pearce. Walter seems to be a rather weak man. With a marriage that has gone stale, he gives into temptation with a young assistant at his firm. His daughter Chloe goes to dinner with her family and her boyfriend Paul. Chloe is played by the lovely Rachel Blanchard who was in "Snakes on a Plane." Paul is played by Brenden Fehr who was a regular on the TV series "Roswell." On the heels of Paul & Chloe's engagement, Walter feels compelled to confess at the worst possible time that he has strayed. His wife Deborah played by Glenne Headley who was in The Amateurs begins to punish him in every way possible, which is the premise for all that follows. The other daughter Christine is played by Brooke Nevin who I enjoyed as Nikki Hudson on TV's "4400." She had her heart broken by star high school football player Skylar. Walter winds up crashing at Skylar's house, next door to his family. As Skylar, Shaun Sipos is a bright spot in the film. Looking like he could play a cousin to Brad Pitt, he must endure a big change in his life and learn how to be kind. The "buddy movie" aspect of the film greatly appealed to me. Ron Selmour, who will be in "2012" currently being advertised in theatres, has a nice cameo as the yoga teacher Ranja who tries to do more than teach. Overall, this is a feel-good movie that leaves you with a smile on your face and a warm spot in the heart. Enjoy!"