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Postcards From the Edge

2 Ratings: 3.0
A movie directed by Mike Nichols

In this adaptation of Carrie Fisher's semiautobiographical novel, an actress struggles to kick her drug addiction while coming to terms with her domineering mother. Suzanne Vale (Meryl Streep) has grown up as the spoiled daughter of famous Hollywood … see full wiki

Tags: Movies, Comedies
Cast: Mary Wickes
Director: Mike Nichols
Release Date: 1990
MPAA Rating: R
2 reviews about Postcards From the Edge
Quick Tip by . October 21, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Easily worth the time. It turns out that it is more Shirley MacLaine's movie -- Meryl Streep is great but the movie just seemed to tilt toward the doyenne. Still, Ms. Streep singing, "You Don't Know Me" is a higholight of the first third of the film.
review by . May 29, 2000
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: .....     Cons: .......     A hard look into the background of Hollywood and the movie kingdom. Meryl Strepp plays the part of a drug addicted actress, though good at her job she finds the lure of cocaine just a little friendlier. While visiting the bed of a lover (Dennis Quaid), she OD's and he whips her off to the hospital. In the hospital she is romanced by her doctor Richard Dreyfuss.      Of course, the entire problem with her …
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