Return to Me

Return to Me

Streaming Video - 2000
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A lonely Bob Rueland is embraced by Grace Briggs, who is surrounded by a coterie of substitute mothers including her Irish grandfather, who with his Italian brother-in-law run a Chicago restaurant. Although Bob and Grace are strangers at the start of the story, their lives are forever intertwined by fate.
Publisher: [United States] : MGM : Made available through hoopla, 2000
Branch Call Number: STREAMING VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 115 min.)) : sd., col
Alternative Title: hoopla (Digital media service)

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Fionagirl
May 10, 2017

A real tear jerker but worth watching just to enjoy the patter of Carroll O'Conner and the rest of the older guys. Great real performances from all the actors. I'm thinking especially of Bonnie Hunt and James Belushi as comically harried parents and David Alan Grier as the sympathetic best friend.

ayj Sep 14, 2012

a light movie, great acting-very touching. I couldn't play the audio commentary.

wayne19711012 Apr 12, 2012

what was the big deal again ?

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Minnie Driver and David Duchovney are both excellent in this, and the storyline keeps you entertained. While this one is far from a must see it would make a pretty good date night movie. I would recommend this to fans of off beat romances.

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Khekabeka
Aug 10, 2011

This was an unexpected twist on a traditional romance. Kind of sadistic as well.

I am not sure if I would ever watch this again, but I really enjoyed the restaurant and if it existed, I would eat there!

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CalicoJack
Jul 15, 2009

Saccharine would-be comedy based on the contemptibly stupid premise of a man falling in love with the transplant recipient of his deceased wife's heart. Caroll O'Connor fakes the worst Irish accent ever.

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Bob Rueland: Elizabeth and I were married by the time we were twenty and we'd been going out since we were fifteen so this may sound a bit juvenile but... can I hold your hand?

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Charlie Johnson: Come on, let's go get a beer.
Bob Rueland: No thanks.
Charlie Johnson: Well, if not tonight, Friday night, because I have someone for you.
Bob Rueland: No, Charlie, no.
Charlie Johnson: Come on, she's smart, she has a great body, intelligent, great body... You gotta start going out! She's really great, her cat was a patient of mine!
Bob Rueland: I'm a dog person.

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Marty: This guy you're talking about, he can't sing at all.
Angelo: He can't sing? Then why has he got such a big band?
Wally Jatczak: To drown him out!

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Bob Rueland: Would you go out with me?
Grace Briggs: Yes?
Bob Rueland: Is that a question?
Grace Briggs: No, it's a yes. Yes.
Bob Rueland: Tomorrow night?
Grace Briggs: Yes.
Bob Rueland: Eight o'clock?
Grace Briggs: Yes.
Bob Rueland: Pick you up here?
Grace Briggs: Yes.
Bob Rueland: My, you're a very difficult woman.

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Charlie Johnson: ...How many times do I have to tell you? I don't want no brown bananas!

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

bdls206 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

A man who falls in love with the woman who received his wife's heart must decide which woman it is who holds his heart.

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bdls206
Sep 25, 2011

Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.

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