Nice little comedy featuring a believable John Candy.
More of a romantic comedy than just straight comedy this movie from the
late John Candy was really good. He plays a policeman with a bit of a
domineering mother who has not had much success in finding that special
someone. He finally does, but not surprisingly his mother disapproves
of her. Throughout the film we are shown how this relationship between
Candy's and Sheedy's character progresses and how hard the mother tries
to get in the way and stop her son from marrying an Italian girl
instead of a nice Irish girl. We also get to see how much Candy's
character worries about his mother when he is not with her, imagining
all sorts of unfortunate events leading to her demise. We get to see a
rather creative way of getting a deceased person's corpse out of an
apartment building too. The funniest scene and quite frankly a rather
awkward scene as well has to be the dinner scene where the son finally
introduces mother to prospective new wife to be. All in all this movie
is really nice and sweet, the comedy is pretty tame for the most part
with nothing to crude and the relationship between the couple seems
more real than most romantic comedies these days..
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Great movie to teach EI... excellent example of individuals accessing their "Ladder of inference.".
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Pulf fiction is a movie about human relations showed on a bizzare way..
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Great movies! Definitely want to watch them both.
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this is a easy watching romatice movie that I have been looking for along time .
What a funny classic movie.
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Sometimes Momma doesn't know Better
I enjoy this sweet comedy,and find it to be really wonderful! Danny
Muldoon(Candy),is a Chicago cop.When he falls in love with
Theresa(Sheedy),a local morgue cosmetician,he finds that he must break
some "rules";Classic actress Maureen O'Hara(Rose)plays Momma, a
headstrong Irish with her own views.She does not like her son's new
belle,and has her biased opinion on Love and Marriage.
We meet Nick(Quinn),the amorous neighbor;He tries to win Rose's heart
over,but Rose doesn't take kindly to his romantic wooing.In Rose's
overprotection,she tries to make her son guilty and sorry. In
time,Danny learns,as in Kenny Roger's hit, "sometimes you got to fight
to be a man"..