|Starring:||Michael Ealy, James LeGros, Anne Archer, Courtney Cox, Nora Dunn|
|Studio:||SANCTUARY VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 17 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Feb 2006|
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Monica Who?By angie from ilford essex , 23 Oct 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Country Cox is really trying to get away from her Friends character and she's done a good job. this film doesn't have the best script in the world but the acting definately has you glued to the screen. i can't really talk too much about the film without giving some of it away, but Courtney plays a woman mourning after the death of her boyfriend and there her life starts taking a turn for the worst. i cant say enough how different Courtneys character change is, in some films she has always had the Monica type hanging over her head like the longest yard and get well soon. but this film proves that there is more the CC then a long running, brilliant american tv show!
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let it fallBy Helene from Gnosall, Stafford , 06 Jun 2006Okay I suppose but not one of my favourite films. You knew what was going to happen in the end, but there were a few twists and turns on the way.
Who shot who and who in this film is dead, well that's the key to it all.
Courtney's descisionBy a customer from Guildford, Surrey , 31 May 2006i did enjoy this film but i wouldnt but it! i think it was probably a small film Courtney decided to make as friends had finished! not her best film but good acting! weird story!
Not nearly as bad as most are making out.By a customer from Reading, England , 26 May 2006A rather dark trippy film full of flashbacks, cut scenes, odd imagery and arty camera angles. Its very spooky in places. The story focusses on a disturbed woman coming to terms with her boyfriends death. Shes a bit of a nutter. Quite enjoyable though give it a low priority in your list.
Dull, dull and... yes... dull!By Matthew Smart from Aberdeenshire , 23 May 2006November is the sort of film that gin swilling film students clutch to their bosom - it's artsy farsty, stuffed to the gills with imagery and filmed on mini-DV.
For the rest of us, it's a meandering snore-fest, lacking in any substance whatsoever. The flick looks good, even though it screams 'I just graduated from the NYFA and look what I learned.' It just hasn't got the story, characterisation or... anything, actually, to underpin it.
novemberBy a customer from norwich , 15 May 2006i enjoyed this, it had twists in the story.