Comedy • PG-13 • 1998 • 1 hr 39 min
Made me think about my reactions in my relationships with more mindfulness. An interesting movie.
Was a good movie about a woman on two different paths
Do you want a simple romantic comedy? You got it. Do you want some meaning behind it? You got it too fam
A movie with parallel scenarios that actually makes sense. Sometimes it's better to get hurt sooner than later. Loved it!
Choices, choices, choices…we all wonder what would have happened if I chose that path instead of the one we did.
Was interesting to see where two different paths led her, twist at the end.
"What if?" The question that plagues all of our minds. This film explores this idea and discovers some beautiful moments along the way.
Original plot with a classic entertaining story
Gimmick-dependent productions can be of only so much artistic interest but Gwyneth Paltrow gives a highly engaging performance.
I'm personally really attached to this film, but objectively speaking you can live without it
Annie Wilson, young widow and mother of three, makes her living foretelling others' futures—though her own has become cloudier than even she can see. Threatened by a client's violent husband and plagued by visions of a missing local woman, Annie finds herself pulled into a thicket of lies and deception in which her extraordinary gift may ultimately get her killed.
Over the course of five social occasions, a committed bachelor must consider the notion that he may have discovered love.
When Sam Baldwin's wife dies, he is left to bring up his eight-year-old son Jonah alone, and decides to move to Seattle to make a new start. On Christmas Eve, Jonah rings a radio phone-in with his Christmas wish to find a new wife for his dad. Meanwhile in Baltimore, journalist Annie Reed, who is having doubts about her own relationship, is listening in.
A young woman with no strong religious beliefs, Frankie Paige begins having strange and violent experiences, showing signs of the wounds that Jesus received when crucified. When the Vatican gets word of Frankie's situation, a high-ranking cardinal requests that the Rev. Andrew Kiernan investigate her case. Soon Kiernan realizes that very sinister forces are at work, and tries to rescue Frankie from the entity that is plaguing her.
Matt Sullivan's last big relationship ended in disaster and ever since his heart's been aching and his commitment's been lacking. Then came Lent, that time of year when everybody gives something up. That's when Matt decides to go where no man's gone before and make a vow: No sex. Whatsoever. For 40 straight days. At first he has everything under control. That is until the woman of his dreams, Erica, walks into his life.
A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards.
When he finds out his longtime girlfriend is pregnant, a commitment-phobe realizes he might have to change his lifestyle for better or much, much worse.
A transit worker pulls commuter Peter off railway tracks after he's mugged, but—while he's in a coma—his family mistakenly thinks she's Peter's fiancée, and she doesn't correct them. Things get more complicated when she falls for his brother, who's not quite sure that she's who she claims to be.