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Length
3h 9m
Country
United States
Release Dates
1999-12-17
Description
An epic mosaic of many interrelated characters in search of happiness, forgiveness, and meaning in the San Fernando Valley.
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William H. Macy
William H. Macy
Donnie Smith
Neil Flynn
Neil Flynn
Stanley Berry
Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise
Frank T.J. Mackey
Clark Gregg
Clark Gregg
WDKK Floor Director
Patton Oswalt
Patton Oswalt
Delmer Darion
Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore
Linda Partridge
John C. Reilly
John C. Reilly
Jim Kurring
Thomas Jane
Thomas Jane
Young Jimmy Gator
Philip Baker Hall
Philip Baker Hall
Jimmy Gator
Melora Walters
Melora Walters
Claudia Wilson Gator
Jim Meskimen
Jim Meskimen
Forensic Scientist
Pat Healy
Pat Healy
Sir Edmund William Godfrey / Young Pharmacy Kid
Melinda Dillon
Melinda Dillon
Rose Gator
Rod McLachlan
Rod McLachlan
Daniel Hill
Veronica Hart
Veronica Hart
Dentist Nurse #1
Cory Buck
Cory Buck
Young Boy
Brad Hunt
Brad Hunt
Craig Hansen
Allan Graf
Allan Graf
Firefighter
Frank Elmore
Frank Elmore
1958 Detective
Mark Flanagan
Mark Flanagan
Joseph Green
Genevieve Zweig
Genevieve Zweig
Mrs. Godfrey
Clement Blake
Clement Blake
Arthur Barringer
Chris O'Hara
Chris O'Hara
Sydney Barringer
Raymond 'Big Guy' Gonzales
Raymond 'Big Guy' Gonzales
Reno Security Guard
Jim Ortlieb
Jim Ortlieb
Middle Aged Guy
Tim Soronen
Tim Soronen
Infomercial Guy
John Kraft Seitz
John Kraft Seitz
1958 Policeman
Jeremy Blackman
Jeremy Blackman
Stanley Spector
Holly Houston
Holly Houston
Jimmy's Showgirl
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I like to think that a good test on a film's quality is whether or not the viewer is checking their watch during the movie, and for 180minutes, I don't think the length is an issue at all as it moves along. Why I don't rate this higher is that it is exhausting to watch. Every scene Melora Walters is in is tough/annoying to watch. The same can be said with Julianne Moore multiplied by ten. It's a similar case for Earl Partridge. That doesn't leave much. Frank T.J. Mackey/Tom Cruise being interviewed, among other scenes of his are quality, but that's about it.
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