Curly Sue (1991)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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A homeless man and his young companion, who survive by conning people, meet a woman who may need them even more than they need her.


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  • Jim Belushi and Alisan Porter in Curly Sue (1991)
  • Jim Belushi and Alisan Porter in Curly Sue (1991)
  • Alisan Porter in Curly Sue (1991)
  • Curly Sue (1991)
  • Alisan Porter in Curly Sue (1991)
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1 win.

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11 March 2007 | danddmarcum
9
| This is a light show that is heartwarming and funny.
With all thats going on in the world sometimes we need an escape. Curly Sue is just that. Not a complicated plot or deep meaning; however it is not devoid of substance. There is more than furious action or heart pounding dramas. There are the charming little shows you can watch with your kids and have enough substance to enjoy with your date. Try it you may like it more than you think. The little girl is really smart and cute. The "Dad" and the girl go thru some slapstick routines. When a jealous boyfriend steps in, trouble brews for Curly and the life shes known may be torn asunder. Fred Thompson and Kelly Lynch play good roles as the upper crust and Alison Porter and James Belushi are a interesting fable like duo portraying street wise homeless drifters. Their worlds collide and comedy ensues.

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Box Office

Budget:

$25,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,974,958 27 October 1991

Gross USA:

$33,691,313

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$33,691,313

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