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Evening Star [Import]


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  • Format: Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount (Pmt)
  • Release Date: Sept. 24 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FEDP5XK


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Zuurbier on Jan. 28 2003
Format: DVD
THE EVENING STAR is the sequel to the highly popular 1983 film TERMS OF ENDEARMENT. The kids are grown up. The eldest son in jail, the youngest son in a dead end job and fathering an illegitemate son with his girlfriend, and a hell bent daughter. Aurora has to deal with all of this, but her friends such as her maid Rosie, help her out. Rosie decides that Aurora is depressed, and tricks her into seeing a psychiatrist, who Aurora eventually falls for. Then there is Patsy, always integrating herself into Aurora's life, being jealous of her taking care of the kids when they were growing up. This feud is well played throughout the movie, with Patsy trying to upstage Aurora at every chance, and vice versa. They both fall for the same man, who is much younger than Aurora, which only causes more friction in their already tumultuous friendship. Life changes though when her grandson gets out of jail and decides to make a life for himself, and Aurora's granddaughter learns to chase her dreams after life's disapointments. The movie centers around these characters and their interpersonal relationships with each other, dealing with conflicts, death, and whatever card fate hands them. Shirley MacLaine shines once again as Aurora Greenway, and the cast is enriched by Juliette Lewis, Bill Paxton, Marion Ross, Miranda Richardson, and more. Overall, some reviewers don't like it as much as TERMS, but I think this improves on an already great story.
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Format: VHS Tape
I have seen "The Evening Star" and I highly recommend it to anyone, who is dealing with everyday problems because it makes you re-examine your life.
"The Evening Star" is about a grandmother, who has raised her grandchildren because their mother passes away due to cancer (see "Terms of Endearment" before seeing "The Evening Star" since "The Evening Star" is a sequel and makes more sense if you see "Terms of Endearment" first).
Back to the film, Shirley MacLaine realizes that no matter how hard she tries to help her grandchildren make the right decisions, realizes that they will not listen. Of course, she's upset because her grandchildren; despite, a good and privileged upbringing refuse to listen to sound advice, do their own thing and realize that their grandmother might be right about life, after all!
It's a heart-warming story and you'll cry at the end!
*(I highly recommend it to anyone that is older--unsuitable for younger children due to the death factor and other adult themes.)*
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Format: DVD
I really took a while to get into the film, but Shirley MacLaine's part made it for me. Her honest approach to all she met, couldn't help win her votes. She was a grandmother keeping her family together as best she could, yet when it all fell apart she still left the door of approach open for them all. You can relate to many in the film, if you are young and impetuous or older and denying your age or honestly facing it. A good film in my opinion.
A BIG REQUEST ......... my video cut out at the moment when Shirley is being driven in the back of "Bill Paxton's" (Jack Nicholson) car casting Rosie's ashes to the wind along the beach.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE CAN ANYONE TELL ME THE ENDING????????
Waiting for a reply in anticipation
JOSE HARRIS
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Format: DVD
What on EARTH possessed Shirley Maclaine to go along with this? Was she just desparate for work that she didn't mind completely dishonoring Term of Endearment???? This movie was horrid. Absolutely horrid. If I could turn back time, I would never have seen this film at all. I felt it was out of the bounds of tradition with the first film and should not have been a sequel at all.
Even on its own merits, the film cannot stand alone.
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