An aging professional (Pfeiffer) with little luck in love has finally found a fitting companion in the form of a much younger man (Rudd). Meanwhile her adolescent daughter (Ronan) begins to wonder if the strange tingling sensation that she feels when she's in the company of a handsome local boy could possibly be the thing grown-ups refer to as ""love."" Of course anything is possible when Mother Nature (Ullman) is up to her old mischief and with higher powers at play there's no telling what will come of the relationships experienced by these two love-starved souls.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. An upbeat and acerbic romantic comedy with a real edge from writer/director Amy Heckerling (Clueless). Rosie, a smart, sexy and successful single mom refuses to accept that life has passed her by just because she has turned 40. Rosie stays young at heart through the love and friendship she shares with her teenage daughter. Then talented young actor Adam walks into her life and straight into her heart. Finally Rosie seems to have met the right man... though he's many years her junior... but is this just one more time she'll have to say I could never be your woman? Actors Michelle Pfeiffer, Paul Rudd, Tracey Ullman, Fred Willard, Henry Winkler, Stacey Dash, Jon Lovitz & Saoirse Ronan Director Amy Heckerling Certificate 12 years and over Year 2007 Screen Widescreen Languages English - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo / Dolby Digital (5.1) Duration 1 hour and 33 minutes (approx)
Light-hearted rom-com starring Michelle Pfeiffer as a divorcee who falls for a younger man, just as her daughter is experiencing love for the first time. After years devoting herself to her career, Rosie (Pfeiffer) has finally met Adam (Paul Rudd), someone who ticks all her boxes - tall, dark, handsome... and young? At the same time, Rosie's teenager daughter Izzie (Saoirse Ronan), is beginning to feel something stirring everytime she runs into one of the local boys - could it be love? Things get even more complicated when Mother Nature (Tracey Ullman) appears on the scene, dispensing her mischief to one and all.