Playing Mona Lisa

2000

Comedy

2
IMDb Rating 5.8/10 10 907 907

Top cast

Alicia Witt as Claire Goldstein
Brooke Langton as Sabrina
Elliott Gould as Bernie Goldstein
Johnny Galecki as Arthur
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
893.18 MB
1280*690
English 2.0
R
us  
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 10
1.79 GB
1920*1036
English 5.1
R
us  
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 22

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by moviedude1 7 / 10

NICE WAY TO KILL AN HOUR AND A HALF

I used to run a video store and this movie rarely got rented. It came on cable this afternoon and I didn't have anything else to do. I found the beginning of the film slow and rather predictable, but, as it got further into the story, I actually found myself hanging on the story, curious as to what could POSSIBLY happen next. I now find myself wondering why it never got rented in the store, because this was REALLY a good movie. I keep guessing if it was a romantic movie trying to be funny or a comedy trying to be romantic. The blend of both is what I actually enjoyed most about the film.

I have only seen one other movies with Alicia Witt, but I think I'm going to be looking for more of her. Elliott Gould and Marlo Thomas are a nice blend as her parents, too.

Reviewed by =G= 5 / 10

TV sitcom quality chick flick

Claire (Witt) is having trouble getting her concert piano career on track thanks to a semi-functional family, romantic woes, and kookie friends. "Playing Mona Lisa" is a formula sitcom quality flick full of cliche characters with just enough of a creative edge to keep me from thumbing the fast-forward button. There's little new here and nothing to get excited about. However, "Playing Mona Lisa" might be worth a look for the couch potato surfing for chick flix. (C)

Reviewed by dwpollar 7 / 10

Well-written and played out girl flick...

1st watched 4/21/2001 - 7 out of 10(Dir-Matthew Huffman): Well-written and played out girl flick that is very similar to the very popular TV series "Ally McBeal" in it's theme. A young girl trying to find her man is part of the movie, but it's also about her competing piano talent and how she shuffles her romantics wants or needs with her God-given talent. At times the movie seems confused about the direction it's going which is really not a problem because in real life we're never sure what direction everything is taking. A wide mixture of varied talents are involved in this picture from young(Alicia Witt) to old(Elliot Gould - who actually does one of his best jobs in a hard role as the mixed-up father. Funny, touching, and leaving us a good message as well in the end.

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