|Because I Said So 2007 PG-13, 102 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Michael Lehmann
Cast: Diane Keaton, Mandy Moore, Gabriel Macht, Tom Everett Scott, Lauren Graham, Piper Perabo, Stephen Collins, Ty Panitz, Matt Champagne, Colin Ferguson, Tony Hale, Sophina Brown, Karen Leigh Hopkins, Alexis Rhee, Mary Pat Gleason
Daphne (Diane Keaton) is the loving mother of three daughters. Two of them–sensible psychologist Maggie (Lauren Graham) and smart and sexy Mae (Piper Perabo)–have settled down and married. However, charming but insecure Milly (Mandy Moore) has not found a husband, so Daphne steps in. She places an ad in the online personals, "older woman seeks younger man for her daughter..." and the interviews begin.
|The Opposite of Sex 1998 R, 105 min.|
Director: Don Roos
Cast: Christina Ricci, Martin Donovan, Lisa Kudrow, Lyle Lovett, Johnny Galecki, Ivan Sergei, Heather Lee, William Lee Scott, Megan Blake, Colin Ferguson, Dan Bucatinsky, Chauncey Leopardi
Sixteen-year old Dedee Truitt (Christina Ricci) moves into the home of her homosexual brother, Bill (Martin Donovan). She comes on to Bill's lover, Matt (Ivan Sergei), and, in the process, wreaks havoc on the lives of everyone around her.
|We Were the Mulvaneys 2002 TV, 86 min.|
Director: Peter Werner
Cast: Beau Bridges, Blythe Danner, Tammy Blanchard, Tom Guiry, Jacob Pitts, Mark Famiglietti, Shawn Roberts, Colin Ferguson, Leigh Enns, John O'Callaghan, Jon Ted Wynne, Wayne Kicklas
In this made-for-TV film, Michael (Beau Bridges) and Corinne (Blythe Danner) Mulvaney enjoy what they consider an idyllic lifestyle with their four children–until daughter Marianne (Tammy Blanchard) is raped at her prom. Suddenly, the individual lives of family members are shattered, and each deals with the tragedy in unique ways.
|1. Because I Said So (2007)|
2. The Opposite of Sex (1998)
3. We Were the Mulvaneys (2002)
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