A girl who wants to life an easy life by hooking up with various men has a big fight with her overworking sister and finds refuge on her grandmother's place (whom she didn't know she existed). Since her attitude isn't getting her anywhere, she's about to realize that her newly found relative will help her more than she expected (but also much different than how she'd hoped).
This is that kind of movie which you get to see once, endure its exaggerated length and in the end you're just happy that it's over. It was so boring I almost fell asleep a couple of times and I honestly resisted shutting it down. It was so pointless that it made you wonder why it was continuing. Fortunately for me, the last part of it was a bit more interesting, it became more sentimental, also a bit dramatic, which sort of sweetened up a bit the overall feeling. A lot of scenes came out of nowhere, almost retarded, without any logic and superficial, just to be there and prolong the sorrow. You don't feel anything for the characters, you don't feel sorry for them even they when they face situations which in real life would cause a lot of pain.
Once again, if it wasn't for Cameron and the happy finale, it would have been a truly bad movie in my opinion.
In Her Shoes
In Her Shoes
Two sisters, plus a dead mother, a remarried father, and a hostile step-mother. The sisters, each in her way, have perfected the art of losing. The elder, Rose, is an attorney, responsible, lonely, with a closet full of shoes. The younger is Maggie, beautiful, selfish, and irresponsible. Her drunken behavior gets her tossed by her step-mother from her dad's house; worse behavior gets her tossed from Rose's apartment. Then, while searching in her father's desk for money to filch, Maggie finds an address; the past and the future open up to her and, with any luck, may open to her sister as well.
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