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Common Sense Media reviews Jack and Jill for kids and families.
One of those glamorous people with too much money and too much time on his hands, Zach (Lukas Haas) looks like he's living the Hollywood dream. There's a steady stream of beautiful women coming in and out of his posh mansion in the hills, and every night he makes his way through the hottest nightspots for a party that never ends. A divorcee with a five-year-old son, Zach has become a master at seducing women without ever getting too close. But all that's about to change - he's met a girl he calls "Crazy Eyes" (Madeline Zima, "Californication"), and she’s not like anyone he’s ever met before. Flirty but withholding, intelligent but damaged, she’s the one woman Zach can't have, so naturally he wants her above all others.
While Zach's hard-partying lifestyle - aided and abetted by his bartender pal Dan (Jake Busey) - threatens to go off the rails, family concerns begin to play a major role in Zach's life. While his ex-wife becomes more financially demanding, Zach grows closer to their son, finding stability and maturity in his role as a father that's absent from the rest of his life. And as Zach begins to embrace fatherhood, his own father (Ray Wise) becomes seriously ill - which in turn leads to Zach's mother (Valerie Mahaffey) having a mental breakdown. Will the quest for love and the responsibilities of family life help this poor little rich boy become a man?
Four inseparable 11-year-old girls share the last summer before middle school in this charming coming of age story. Vanessa (Alice Ziolkoski in her award-winning performance) is an aspiring actress up for her first feature film. Lizzie (Meaghan Hughes) tries to help her brother adjust to life at home after he returns from the war. Jess (Sarah Butterworth) struggles to cope with her parents' separation.Peri (Sydney Fox), the new girl, hides a desperate secret. But as the summer unfolds, each girl finds the strength to face each challenge kno wing that best friends are always there for you - no matter what. Emmy-winners Adam Arkin and Valerie Mahaffey (Northern Exposure) costar in this uplifting film the Heartland Film Festival hailed as "Incredible...inspiring...excellent for families."
When gorgeous bride-to-be Vanessa Sinclair (Cook) starts fantasizing about every man she sees, she seeks refuge in the church confessional. After pouring out her soul to the priest inside, Vanessa asks him to remain by her side to help her remain faithful until the big day. However, the man she believes to be a priest is actually the sexy local carpenter, repairing the confessional. Before you can say 'mistaken identity,' motorcycle-riding ladies-man Nick Francis (British heath-throb Kenny Doughty, 'Crush') has transformed himself into 'Father Nick' to seclude the blushing bride. But lust quickly turns into love, and the fake priest must find a way to stop the wedding and reveal his true identity before he loses the women of his dreams forever.
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