R | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A young woman suffering from Parkinson's befriends a drug rep working for Pfizer in 1990s Pittsburgh.
1 January 2011 | peter kobryn
8 | More complex than the trailer suggested, more enjoyable than the poster suggested
This film surprised me in a good way. From the trailer and the posters to be found in many of the bus shelters of our ...
In setting up the sex scenes, the actors were encouraged to improvise, but with their clothes on. Edward Zwick says that it is "colder" on a set because there are people all around, the camera, and other distractions. Therefore, the improvisation was useful in ... ...
Bruce Winston: Her name's not Lisa.
Jamie Randall: I know. I know. But, if everytime I say "Hey, Lisa", then eventually she'll come up to me and she'll be like, you know, "My name's not Lisa it's... Jennifer"... whatever, and I'll do a big apology and I'll say, "I ...
Bruce Winston: ...
When Jaime is on the couch eating cereal at Maggie's house, the box reads "corn flakes". The label switches from facing the camera to facing away from the camera. Also, the box switches from the corn flake box to what appears to be a Honey Nut Cheerios box.
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