It wasn't what i remembered. it was kind of slow, the kids were bored at the begining then almost to the end when the action really started then they began to take interest. They remember a game they had.
These are 3 wonderful Barbra movies and so anyone who likes her would be happy with this DVD. The price is wonderful and I love getting them all on one DVD. If you don't like Barbra or the great guys who star with her in these, then pass on the DVD.
I had a preference for the original \u201CThe Goodbye Girl\u201D with Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason (1977) which this is NOT. Yet the Patricia Heaton\/Jeff Daniels combo did reasonable justice to Neil Simon\u2019s brilliant play.\nThe ONE really worth watching in this set of four (forget the other two films), is the Billy Crystal \/ Debra Winger \u201CForget Paris\u201D. The structure of the story left you wondering\u2026.what had happened\u2026 till the conclusion of the film. Well crafted.
John Wayne is great in Hondo and the stars on this review are for him. I don't know why Jeff Bridges would associate himself with a knockoff of a classic John Wayne movie, but this attempt to push it by attaching it to a Wayne Classic should speak volumes as to how far below the mark it fell