It's Like Life (2004)

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A documentary on Lawrence Kasdan's classic "The Accidental Tourist". The project includes promotional clips from the movie, and interviews filmed in 1988 with stars Geena Davis and Kathleen... See full summary »


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7 August 2016 | Rodrigo_Amaro
| To be seen after the movie
Another bonus material from "The Accidental Tourist" along with Lawrence Kasdan's introduction for the movie. The great thing about this short is seeing Geena Davis, Kathleen Turner and Kasdan interview clips from 1988, promoting the movie. The flip side of this...they reveal too much about the film, so if you're about to watch it, skip the bonus material because it's not a behind the scenes kind of thing, it's just rambling about the story (the short concludes with movie's ending so what in the world were Warner Bros. thinking???).

Too bad William Hurt was absent...but Kathleen Turner saves it by mentioning about their working relationship not only in "The Accidental Tourist" but also in "Body Heat" many years earlier (also under the guide of Kasdan) where they also played a couple. It's just one those pairings that work brilliantly in whatever genre they appear on. More to be said? No. Watch it but after the movie. It's good. 6/10


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1 June 2004



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