Happy Accidents – Filtered

Theatrical Release: September 16, 2003
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Synopsis

Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei and Vincent D’Onofrio star in this “touching love story” about a neurotic New Yorker, her highly eccentric boyfriend and their extraordinary connection. “Cleverly plotted (with) an abundance of heart” (New York Times), this captivating romance will make you crazy…for love!
Ruby (Tomei) is a hopeless romantic who’s always attracted to the wrong kind of guy until she meets Sam (D’Onofrio). He’s sweet, sensitive, sincere….and from the year 2470. Despite – or maybe because of – his bizarre claims to have traveled back in time to save her, Ruby falls for Sam. And while common sense says he’s crazy, her heart says he’s the one.

Dove Review

This was a good movie it keeps your attention and interest It has a good story line. Can get confusing at parts. There were a few sexual type scenes and a lot of smoking and drinking throughout the movie.

It was an interesting movie but there were just a lot of things that made it not approved.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: women punches and shoves a man, throws a glass cup at him
Sex: man and women live together not married, man and women in bed together (not married), man rubbing womens leg (sexual innuendos), man and women kiss a few times.
Language: mention of genitalia
Violence: women punches and shoves a man, throws a glass cup at him
Drugs: drinking and smoking (cigarettes and pot)
Nudity: man and woman talking with no clothes on, women in bikini, women laying in bed in bra
Other: none

Info

Company: MGM/UA Home Video
Director: Brad Anderson
Producer: Susan A. Stover
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 110 min.
Starring: Marisa Tomei, Vincent D'Onofrio, Nadia Dajani and Anthony Michael Hall
Reviewer: Hannah Randolph