Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation (MGM) | Release Date: October 25, 2002
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JosephC.Aug 20, 2003
Greatest movie of the last 2-3 years, hands down. The most genuine portrait one will see on film of what love, without judgment, might mean.
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ChadS.Jan 1, 2003
"A child only a mother could love," will float around your head as you watch the prodigal couch potato imitate a beached whale in this bleak, bleak, bleak film. Stay awake and you'll be rewarded(if that's the right word for it) "A child only a mother could love," will float around your head as you watch the prodigal couch potato imitate a beached whale in this bleak, bleak, bleak film. Stay awake and you'll be rewarded(if that's the right word for it) with a most remarkable scene of marital anguish and reconciliation that will leave you shaken. The haunted look Timothy Spall wears throughout the film is explained. Leslie Manville, as his wife, impresses. She and Spall are convincinly wretched. When they finally smile, it's more cathartic for the audience, because Mike Leigh's "Secrets and Lies" was a musical/comedy compared to "All or Nothing". Remember, it was the last film the Hale-Bopp cult saw before they committed suicide. Expand
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