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CastNicolas Cage, Don Cheadle, Josef Sommer, Harve Presnell, Mary Beth Hurt, Téa Leoni, Makenzie Vega, Amber Valletta, Saul Rubinek, Jeremy Piven, Francine York, Lisa Thornhill, John O'Donohue, Jake Milkovich, Ryan Milkovich, Daniel Whitner, Tarri Markel
DirectorBrett Ratner
Genre:  Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Release Date:  December 22, 2000
MPAA Rating:  PG-13
Runtime:  2hrs 5min
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review by . July 31, 2011
Here, ultrahack Brett Ratner and the profoundly untalented screenwriting duo of David Diamond and David Weissman perform an inexplicable and boring magic trick by stretching a well-worn scenario that could barely suffice as a half-hour television show into the longest two hours and six minutes in the history of motion pictures. I often check the time counter of my DVD player once, maybe twice when viewing a movie; while watching this slogging, entirely uninspired dreck, I checked it over a dozen …
review by . December 10, 2009
A great a heartwarming rendition of a classic Christmas tale...
In  Frank Capra's 1946 Christmas epic,"It's a wonderful Life" James Stewart got to see what life would be like for  the people around him and the world  if he had never been born. There by discovering  that his life was  not bad but missing something.       In this 2000 rendition of that classic film Nicolas Cage plays a similar character, his  characters name is Jack Campbell   and he's a greedy and  self absorbed investment …
review by . April 29, 2009
This movie borrows from It's a Wonderful Life and the book Replay, where a man can go back and see how his life would be if he made a different choice. In this movie, Nicholas Cage says goodbye to his girlfriend (Kate) at the airport. He is going to London for a job. We next see him years later as a successful head of a large corporation, unmarried and basically involved in one-night stands. We are later to find out that when Cage went to London, he forgot about Kate and she went her own way, never …
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