Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Journey of the Heart/Heart's Adrift|
Genres: Drama, Television
Journey of the Heart, Janice is the subject of the town gossips for four reasons: she wears too much lipstick, her hair is too big, she is a single-mother and her two children are strange. Ray (6) is a hellraiser and Tony ... more »
A Two-For-One Winning Combo!!
ManningGal | New York | 02/22/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I originally bought this DVD solely for "Hearts Adrift", which was a USA Network original movie that aired in 1995. I have been waiting for the DVD release for years and have searched pretty much every movie website & media store for VHS copies, but to no avail. Then, Amazon.com finally sent me notice that it was being released & would be available. I was thrilled!!
Sydney Penny & Scott Reeves are a winning combination as polar opposites, who come together, thanks to their widowed parents, whom happen to share a romantic past of their own. This film is a great testament to the adage that "sometimes you need to go back in order to move forward". It also happens to feature several well-known soap (daytime and primetime) stars. In addition to Penny (All My Children et al.) & Reeves (The Young & the Restless), it also features Kathleen Noone & Don Murray of "Knots Landing" fame and Nicholas Coster (Santa Barbara et al.). With a bit supporting part played by Julie Benz of Showtime's thrill ride "Dexter", as a young debutante vying for Reeves' Kyle Raines' affections with Penny's Max.
The other film in this double feature is "Journey of the Heart" with Cybill Shepard, whom I also enjoy and wish she would either return to TV or make more films, preferably with Bruce Willis. I have loved them together ever since "Moonlighting" and miss their effortless spark & terrific chemistry together. "Journey" is a very heartfelt film based on a true story of a blind, mentally challenged, musical savant pianist and his courageous mother/family. I recall seeing the movie on TV or cable many years ago. It was definitely a tender & heartwarming refresher."