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Choose Me (1984)

Cast: Greg Walker, Greg Walker, Geneviève Bujold, more...
Director: Alan Rudolph, Alan Rudolph
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Studio: MGM
Genre: Independent, Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 106 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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Synopsis
The lives of five L.A. natives intertwine in this romantic comedy from independent filmmaker and former Robert Altman protégé Alan Rudolph. Eve (Lesley Ann Warren) is a bar owner who has sworn off permanent commitments, seeking only the temporary sexual satisfaction of men. Her roommate Ann (Genevieve Bujold) is her polar opposite. In reality, Ann is secretly the radio sex therapist Dr. Nancy Love, but she has little romantic experience despite her profession. Into their lives comes Mickey (Keith Carradine), a recent mental patient who might be an enigmatic pathological liar. Though she's powerfully attracted to Mickey, Eve's kept at arm's length by her lover Zack (Patrick Bauchau), a married man whose wife (Rae Dawn Chong) also finds Mickey irresistible. When Nancy sleeps with Mickey, he proposes marriage, but she rejects him, though the assignation does have a positive effect on her radio show. Considered Rudolph's seminal work, Choose Me (1984) was the third in a thematically-linked trilogy from the quirky low-budget director, the first two being Welcome to L.A. (1977) and Remember My Name (1978). ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide

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GreenCine Member Reviews

Terrible by kamillia May 25, 2005 - 5:02 PM PDT
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0 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Don't waste your time!

Don't "Choose Me" by JenniferM January 9, 2005 - 3:30 PM PST
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5 out of 7 members found this review helpful
This flick was painful to watch...bad acting, bad dialogue, and even domestic violence. This so-called "romantic comedy" was neither, and included every cliche in the book.
DON"T choose "Choose Me"!




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