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Life or Something Like It

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Lanie Kerrigan (Angelina Jolie), a feature reporter at a Seattle television station, leads the ultimate superficial life, even though she thinks she has it all, like a superstar boyfriend, a gorgeous apartment, and a shot at a big network assignment. Her perfect world starts unraveling after a homeless street seer tells Lanie that she leads a meaningless existence, and will die the following week. When the savant's other predictions come true, Lanie begins to re-examine her life and priorities.
103 min
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Watching the bleach blonde actress prance around the steep hills of Seattle in skintight pastel skirt suits wobbling atop sky-high stilettos is almost more than one should have to bare.
June 19, 2003
L.A. Weekly
Comes on like a romantic comedy with metaphysical pretensions, but somehow these opposing aspects manage to cancel each other out, leaving us with laugh-lite comedy and, well, metaphysical pretensions.
June 01, 2002
Washington Post
Lanie, who suggests a blow-dried human Q-tip, is so jarring on the eyes, it's difficult to concentrate on the story.
April 26, 2002
Reel Film Reviews
...mostly just dull and forgettable.
August 01, 2003
Cinema Crazed
Pseudo-spiritual nonsense...
April 29, 2009
Chicago Tribune
Life, though funny and sometimes charming, doesn't give Lanie a believable context in which to stop and smell the roses.
July 20, 2002
Formulaic, delusional and about as accurate a depiction of life in television news (or something like it) as a Pillsbury bake-off.
May 02, 2002
Village Voice
Cloaks a familiar anti-feminist equation (career - kids = misery) in tiresome romantic-comedy duds.
April 30, 2002