The Four Seasons details
|Starring:||Len Cariou, Alan Alda, Robert Hitt, Sandy Dennis, Kristi McCarthy, Elizabeth Alda, David Stackpole, Rita Moreno, Bess Armstrong, Carol Burnett, Jack Weston, Beatrice Alda|
The Four Seasons
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||Not currently released|
Most helpful review
Timeless storyBy a customer from London , 07 Feb 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]A great movie in terms of the dynamics we all face in dealing with love, marriage, friendships and the ebs and flows of those dynamics within a social circle. Alan Alda leads a superb cast of characters. An oldie but goodie.
The Four Seasons.By fraufanny (37 reviews) from Hornchurch.Essex. , 22 Feb 2010Moderate, alright when nothing better to do.
Four SeasonsBy Warlokk from England , 28 Sep 2008I saw this many years ago and found it just as charming, funny and moving this time around. Great performances and a witty script.Well worth watching.
RefinedBy a customer from Kent, England , 19 Jun 2008Few characters - but very appealing. Set very much in the Seventies, this film still has great charm.
Woody Allen liteBy RJNeb2 (1012 reviews) from London , 13 Mar 2008Alda's directorial debut is a nicely cast, subpar Woody Allen that nearly drowns in its own glibness. Three married couples come together for holidays every year. The film charts the longstanding friendships, the ups and the downs in a pleasingly mellow manner, but eventually all the middle-class platitudes get a bit much.
the Four SeasonsBy a customer from Plymouth , 08 Mar 2008
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideWe first saw this film many years ago and looked forward to seeing it again. We loved it just as much the second time around - it hardly seems to have dated at all. It is hilariously funny in parts but also very moving as it explores the changing dynamics of relationships within a group of friends who share holidays together on a regular basis. Everything changes when one of the couples separates and the husband brings his new younger partner along on the holiday instead of his wife. Excellently acted by Alan Alda, Rita Moreno Carol Burnett and Jack Weston, this film is highly recommended.