City of Angels
Romance • PG-13 • 1998 • 1 hr 54 min
The premise seemed hokey to me but it was actually sweet… Great performance by Ryan & Franz, I never saw this side of Cage, he was excellent
Romantic classic with a spiritual edge.
Mostly forgotten piece of what spirituality was like in the 90s, are angels looming all around us- caring for us? Loving us. A secret world.
90s romance with meg ryan, you know what your expecting and the movie fulfil that.
I am not going to lie, I cried like a little wimp.
Not as cheesy as I had expected. Good cinematography and a beautifully sad and mellow story. Dreamier than your classic 90's drama
Utterly dreamy, romantic & heartbreaking. E￼ven though it’s Hollywoodized, I think Cage & Ryan ￼put it above Wings of Desire.
Haven't watched it 4 some time, but a decent casting, & with it being 1 of the less scary stories about Angels in last 20 years, I still🤗it
Meh rom/drama remake... It's sappy and too sweet... The ending just ruins the film even more... Cage is kinda great tho..
A corny, sappy, creepy, ridiculous ass movie that’s kind of saved by great performances and beautiful music.
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