That Old Feeling details
|Starring:||Penny Marshall, Danny Nucci, Dennis Farina, Bette Midler|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
That Old Feeling
|Run time:||1 hour 41 minutes|
|Rental release:||02 Jan 2006|
Most helpful review
Fabulous!By a customer from worcestershire , 08 Feb 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]What a lovely film! It is a really amusing slightly over the top feel good film with the divine Bette Midler who is great as the mother of the bride and the whole film is so watchable. I loved it!!
Good fun!By SusieP (130 reviews) from Leeds , 08 Mar 2009I laughed a lot at this - great performances from Denis Farina and Bette Midler as the long-divorced couple meeting up again at their daughter's wedding and discovering that they have the hots for each other again. Funny supporting performances too from the actors playing their new spouses, with some brilliant btiching between Bette and Gail O'Grady as the woman who stole Denis from her many years before. A funny portrayal of the ups and downs of a volatile but ultimately well-suited couple - and if I sound like I speak from experience then that's because I do!
Bette on top formBy mrbond62 (38 reviews) from Cambridge , 18 Feb 2009Wow, this really is Bette on top comedy form.
Love the whole film, really is very funny.
Rent,buy or steel it, just see it!!
A positive reviewBy a customer from Hertfordshire. , 27 Oct 2007Good film, funny, hilarious at times. Bette Midler was priceless and really made the film.
Same old toshBy a customer from Surrey , 19 Jul 2006Bette Midler chose unwisely. Nothing very funny in this rehash story of aging arguing parents with sibling trying to sort it out amidst her wedding. Hunky plumber from Desparate Houswives features - how young he looks!!
That Mold FeelingBy noirpanther (218 reviews) from London , 31 May 2006Disappointing, especially as it stars Bette Midler, who, like the other actors, is here reduced to hammy posturing, shouting and face making which was rarely interesting and never amusing. After the anticipation brought on by the initial premise of the first few minutes, quickly became emotionally stagnant. Hardly worth watching once.