Sentimental. Yep.

This'll be a quicky. Nicolas Cage wanted a movie to again broaden his perceived style. Tea Leoni wanted us not to forget her. What we have is an update on It's a Wonderful Life. It's cute, and it's deathly sentimental. I thoroughly believe these characters could have felt these things strongly enough to make these decisions. But there's no surprise in this really. Aside from high production values, what is the film offering us? If you're in the mood for something sentimental, go for it, otherwise you should just pass.
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