PG-13 | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
When a woman learns of an immortality treatment, she sees it as a way to outdo her long-time rival.
Meryl Streep wasn't thrilled that the film heavily relied on visual effects. Streep claimed that shooting the film was like "going to the dentist" and states that the film is her first, last, and only VFX-driven film.
Can you believe that? A musical version of "Sweet Bird of Youth."Who are they kidding?
Opening Woman: Thank God you wanted to leave...
Second Woman: Can you believe Madeline Ashton? Talk about waking the dead.
Second Man: I gotta get a drink...
At the end of the movie you can see the bottle of spray paint rolling down the stairs and landing on the pavement. In the next shot, when Helen's body hits the pavement the bottle is gone.
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