Picking Up the Pieces (2000)

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A small New Mexican village discovers a severed hand that is considered a miracle of God, when it actually belongs to a murdered spouse with a husband in search of it.

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  • Sharon Stone in Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
  • Sharon Stone in Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
  • Sharon Stone in Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
  • Sharon Stone in Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
  • Woody Allen and Sharon Stone in Picking Up the Pieces (2000)

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7 January 2004 | greenfrog
Enough bad actors can turn a bad movie into a meltdown
It's lucky for David Schwimmer that Fran Drescher and Woody Allen were along

for this loony ride, otherwise he would have had to take all the blame. The idea was crazy, the direction spliff-guided and the script lame. But the ACTING!

Woody does his stuttering, furrowed-brow, hands in the air schtick, but this is the umpteenth time and it is no longer just annoying, it's pathetic. Fran Drescher had one day, max two, on the set and treated it as a summer camp romp,

demonstrating ably that some people can build a career and a fortune on a

single act. Unfortunately, that act is on a TV set somewhere a million miles from this movie. But David Schwimmer!!?!! Oy-vey! He has one look (sensitive, troubled), one

tone of voice (ordering pizza on the phone) and no clues. Again, good luck to him for making a pile from being a Friend, but an actor he ain't. Kiefer Sutherland does his best with a stupid role but still doesn't convince as comic actor. Sharon Stone is great, but doesn't have more than a couple of

minutes on screen. But people -- this isn't a movie for watching. It's a movie for lying down, eyes shut, and hoping it will go away.

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Comedy | Crime | Fantasy

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