Where The Heart Is offers charming, folksy fun; homespun wisdom; and an obstacle course of plot development (if the Wal-Mart angle weren't enough, there's also a kidnapping, a tornado, and at least half a dozen other major events thrown in). Director Matt Williams, who produced the popular sitcoms Roseanne and Home Improvement, takes television's cut-to-commercial route to make giant leaps in space and time from scene to scene. It's disorienting, but the remarkable female cast (which includes Sally Field in a cameo) lends plausiblilty to the muddle, even when you don't think anything more could possibly happen. --Shannon Gee --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
it was very scratched and was an old movie gallery DVD. I was told that there would be no case but I wasn't told it was used Or scratched. Read morePublished on May 3 2013 by rebecca m.
Have loved this movie (and the book) since I first saw (read) it! It's fabulous to finally own a DVD copy! I laughed...I cried...I can watch it over and over!Published on Dec 12 2012 by Tiff G.
I work the graveyard shift at Walmart and no one could ever get away with living there at night. There are people working there twenty-four hours a day and the lights never get... Read morePublished on June 4 2004
20th Century Fox's "Where The Heart Is" Released in 2000, Directed by Matt Williams, is a stereotypical drama with a predictable theme and a standard 'Chick-Flick' plot. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2004 by Daniel Hancock
OK, let's face it. The only reasons a guy would like to watch this movie are:
A) Natalie Portman;
B) Ashley Judd;
C) Natalie Portman and Ashley Judd. Read more
First of all, to anyone who loved this movie: please, please read Billie Letts' book. Not to keep the book vs. movie debate going or anything . . . Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2003 by FalseName
I loved this movie! This movie tells the story or a teenage Novalle Nation (Natalie Portman) who is pregnant. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2003 by Stacie