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Settlement Vhs

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Item details

Condition
Used; Very Good
Rating
PG-13
Genre
Drama
Movie/TV Title
Settlement
Audience Rating
R (Restricted)
binding
VHS Tape
Format
VHS Tape
manufacturer
Mti Home Video
Number Of Discs
1
Publication Date
2000-03-31
Release Date
2004-04-06
Theatrical Release Date
1999-01-01
brand
Mti Home Video
ean
9786305795421
isbn
6305795428
ISBN-10
6305795428

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Actor: John C. Reilly, William Fichtner, Kelly McGillis, David Rasche, Dan Castellaneta, Bill Bolender, Steve Tyler, Stuart Pankin, Monica Staggs, Sharon Brathwaite









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This movie has turned out to be one of my favorites and I have the reviews and their authors to thank. These two "character actors", William Fichtner and John C. Reilly, have leading man potential. Wonder why no one in Hollywood gets it. We, the viewers, know. Oh, I forgot, William Fichtner WAS cast as one of the two male leads in "Passion of Mind", primarily to carry the movie and make Demi Moore look good - which he did, easily. I knew he was a fine comic actor. I saw "Drowning Mona" and he and Jamie Lee Curtis shine. John C. Reilly really came through in "Chicago". Thanks to all who recommended this gem