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A terminally ill woman has to settle on her former husband's new lover, who will be their children's stepmother.
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Jim Lane
It's as cool and shameless a piece of emotional blackmail as any movie has ever produced.
January 01, 2000
Michael Wilmington
Too loud, bright and shallow for its subject!
January 01, 2000
Carlo Cavagna
A sloppily scripted, formulaic tear-jerker about spoiled rich people who whine a lot. I defy you to feel anything for these characters other than the desire to slap them--even Sarandon's obligatorily terminally-ill Mom.
August 11, 2003
Edward Johnson-Ott
Beyond embarrassing!
January 01, 2000
Harvey S. Karten
Disjointed, loaded with tired expressions and disconcerting exchanges!
January 01, 2000
Lisa Schwarzbaum
A lab-engineered weepie!
January 01, 2000
Todd McCarthy
It's merely a soap opera with elevated production values and a sterling cast.
January 01, 2000
Julie Hinds
You won't be able to suspend your disbelief, but you will need extra tissues.
January 01, 2000
Eleonore Snow
It's a film that takes valid, complex family dynamics regarding divorce, remarriage, and parenting and reduces it all to bitchy catfighting, obvious button-pushing, and tawdry clichés.
January 01, 2000