Playing By Heart

Rated: R

Running Time: 121 Minutes

Year: 1998 Boobs: Zero

One Sentence: Aww John Stewart was soooo cute.

Playing by heart, was America's answer to Love Actually, before Love Actually came out. Huge cast, lots of different storylines, and all revolving around love. Or relationships, in LA. The format is very similar to Love Actually, how all these people link togheter some how and thier stories make sense to tell along with everyone else's. In the end this movie comes out as a smart, sad, sweet, romanitc film, that prolly should not be put under comdey at all. It is touching and real, for most of the movie, with stuff that I think a lot of us can relate to or know about. A couple of the connections were a bit over the top, but not unfounded in our world. It was worth the rental for sure, if you are looking for this type of movie. I think this movie wasn't seen by a lot of people when it came out. It has a stocked cast too, from Sean Connery, to John Stewart, Big Lips Jolie, and Anthony Edwards. But my favorite was Dennis Quaid, doing what I think might have been his best ever. It made me laugh, and was witty and fresh. I give it a reviews reccomendation to add to the queue.

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