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Actors: Jenna Elfman, Randall Batinkoff, Samantha Mathis, Bruce Davison, Diane Venora
Director: Timothy Scott Bogart
Scotts life was a fulfilling one - he loved his son he loved his job. But when an accident takes the life of his son & puts scott in a coma scotts chances of picking up the pieces rest on angelas faith & good will. As the ... more »
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Tina H. from FREMONT, IN
Reviewed on 1/19/2009...
Well besides some very corny and cheesy scenes where you can tell things are totally fake...its a touching movie!
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"I Can't Feel Anything" ~ Pain Can Be More Than A Feeling
Brian E. Erland | Brea, CA - USA | 07/24/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, I admit it, 'Touched' released in '05 plays like a Hallmark classic even though it isn't. It is unquestionably a chick flick so be forwarned. Just remember, fair is fair, guys have to give in once in a while and watch something our wives or girlfriends want to see. Fortunately it does star the very attractive Jenna Elfman and I can't think of any male who doesn't like her.
Plot: Recently separated Father and son are hit by an oncoming car. The son dies and the Father (Randall Batinkoff) falls into a coma for the next two years. Nurse Angela Martin (Jenna Elfman) takes care of him during that time until he unexpectedly awakens. OK, we all know the basic storyline from here on, don't we?
Anyway good production values, attractive cast and just a good film all around. Make your wife or girlfriend happy and give it a shot, the women will absolutely adore Randall Batinkoff and the rest of us can appreciate Jenna. So be tough, suck it up and be a man. If you run into any problems during the viewing follow these simple instructions: One, Two, Three, Breathe - One, Two, Three, Breathe - One, Two..."
Isabelle | Burbank, CA USA | 09/05/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sure, there's some Hollywood-ness to this movie. The whole waking-up-from-a-coma topic is improbable at best, but it's also of a theme that all of us hope and dream for, and presented quite effectively by a very attractive cast. Nice chemistry between Elfman and Batinkoff, too.
My boyfriend was in a horrendous accident and in a coma for 3 days before awakening, not nearly so dramatically as portrayed in this movie, but just as emotionally, so I have a certain affinity for what these characters go through.
It's a lovely and well meaning little movie with flawed and imperfect characters and a message of love and hope."
Not nearly good enough for Jenna's talents!
M. C. Valentine | Everett, WA USA | 10/09/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is a truly bad movie, and only rates two stars because Jenna Elfman is, admittedly, adorable. The characters are one-dimensional, the medical events completely implausible, and the action painfully slow. I hope I am not disclosing too much by stating that those who remember "ET" will find themselves wondering if there are grounds for a lawsuit......
The premise of the movie is not a bad one, nor are the actors, and with better writing and editing, it could have been half decent. I feel sorry for the actors. As they watched the final outcome, they must have cringed."