Miami Rhapsody

  • 1995
  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Comedy, Romance

Deeply indebted to the films of Woody Allen, MIAMI RHAPSODY is a comedy of contemporary manners that's never less than entertaining and often genuinely funny. Gwyn Marcus (Sarah Jessica Parker) is an affluent young woman with love trouble. It's not so much her own romantic life that's the problem -- she's engaged to a dreamy zoologist (Gil Bellows) for...read more

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Deeply indebted to the films of Woody Allen, MIAMI RHAPSODY is a comedy of contemporary manners that's never less than entertaining and often genuinely funny. Gwyn Marcus (Sarah Jessica Parker) is an affluent young woman with love trouble. It's not so much her own romantic life that's

the problem -- she's engaged to a dreamy zoologist (Gil Bellows) for whom most girls would kill -- as it is her family's. Her mother (Mia Farrow) is having an affair with a male nurse (Antonio Banderas); her brother (Kevin Pollack) has tired of his preganant spouse and is sleeping with his

partner's wife (Naomi Campbell); her boy-crazy sister (Carla Gugino), meanwhile, is having a rocky time with her marriage to a football player. Sure, the Marcuses are spoiled brats (including those plenty old enough to know better), but first-time writer/director David Frankel has a fine ear for

dialogue and keeps the narrative machinery running smoothly.

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  • Released: 1995
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Deeply indebted to the films of Woody Allen, MIAMI RHAPSODY is a comedy of contemporary manners that's never less than entertaining and often genuinely funny. Gwyn Marcus (Sarah Jessica Parker) is an affluent young woman with love trouble. It's not so much… (more)

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