To be fair to this movie, I was kind of board and would have preferred to read but didn’t have any books of interest. However, the movie was way too long and not at all the movie I thought it would be.* Also, the 26 year age difference made the supposed romance yucky and weird.**
Cost: free from Hoopla, the library’s streaming service
Where watched: in bed, on my new tablet. I sneezed once, and the screen flipped. That was more exciting than this film.
*If IMDB trivia is to be believed I wasn’t the only one who noticed: “It’s gone from a Hepburn-Tracy Woman of the Year (1942) to The Pelican Brief (1993) in a very short time span,” one competing studio marketing person noted before it was released.
**There’s one scene where a really hot 20-something in a meatmarket-type bar picks Nick Nolte (then 53) as the only guy in the bar she would go home with, which I found laughable.
(Aside: Many of Julie Robert’s outfits reminded me of my high school friend Leath’s clothing style, so that was fun.)
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/1994/i_love_trouble.html