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|Starring:||Laura Linney, Bill Campbell, Nina Siemaszko, Olympia Dukakis, Paul Hopkins, Jackie Burroughs, Whip Hubley, Colin Ferguson, Whip Hu|
More Tales Of The City - Disc 1
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|Run time:||5 hours 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Sep 2005|
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almost as good as the bookBy a customer from edinburgh , 05 Oct 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]The second installment of Armistead
Maupins brilliant series is excellent .the storyline is gripping, funny and touching . The only downside to this dvd is some of the actors have changed from the first series but on the whole it is still hugely enjoyable.
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Tales of Not-so-Beautiful PeopleBy rolandjeffery (5 reviews) from London, UK , 23 Jan 2013This has dated badly. The repeated coincidences in the plot are really silly and most characters now look all too plainly like the caricatures they always were. Olympia Dukakis turns in the performance of her lifetime and holds it all together - but only just.
Mona and MouseBy a customer , 15 Jul 2011From the reviews I was expecting the worst, but in the end I have enjoyed it as much as Tales of the City. It was odd to see a different Mona and Mouse, the change of actor from Marcus DAmico to Paul Hopkins was particularly unfortunate. Some of the coincidences in the story are quite laughable at times, the chance meeting between Mona and Mother Mucca being a case in point, but in the end it is a soap opera, so in essence anything can happen, and should simply be enjoyed. The miniseries panned out well, the plot was neatly tied up and the characters were great, it had a real feel good ending to it, definitely recommended.
Great but lucky I was reading the booksBy AlxF (23 reviews) from Bexley , 03 Jul 2009Was sent this season before the 1st season which was very disappointing from Love Film and my first problem with them. Saying that I have read most of the books now and they where very close to the books so easy the follow
For people who like the edger side of life and wonder where and how it all started in the 70's
so soBy a customer from London , 09 Nov 2008not as good as the first series... but still very well done. Shame they changed the actor that plays 'mouse', But all in all good viewing.
okayBy a customer from London, England , 07 Dec 2006Not as good as the first but worth watching