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That Old Feeling
     

That Old Feeling

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Director: Carl Reiner

Cast: Bette Midler, Dennis Farina, Paula Marshall

 

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In this Carl Reiner-directed romantic comedy, Bette Midler stars as a movie star named Lilly, who has had a fairly successful career which is now on the downturn. Years after a terrible divorce, she meets up again with her ex-husband Dan (Dennis Farina) at the wedding of their daughter Molly (Paula Marshall). Molly is marrying a young and promising politician, Keith

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In this Carl Reiner-directed romantic comedy, Bette Midler stars as a movie star named Lilly, who has had a fairly successful career which is now on the downturn. Years after a terrible divorce, she meets up again with her ex-husband Dan (Dennis Farina) at the wedding of their daughter Molly (Paula Marshall). Molly is marrying a young and promising politician, Keith Marks (Jamie Denton), and the wedding is a formal affair. Lilly and Dan have each remarried, and each despise the other's new spouse. Dan has taken up with the young bombshell who ruined the marriage, Rowena (Gail O'Grady). Lilly is wedded to their former marriage counselor, Alan (David Rasche), a psychobabble-spouting shrink. Lilly and Dan engage in a huge shouting match at the reception, and they are shooed outside, where their argument leads to a passionate reunion in a sports car. Impulsively, they run away together. Keith, seeking damage control to avert a possible political scandal, enlists Molly's help, and she hires a papparazi photographer, Joey (Danny Nucci), who has spent several years stalking Lilly with his camera and selling candid photos to celebrity magazines. Molly and Joey find Molly's parents at a hotel, but Lilly locks them in a room together so that she and Dan can have one old last romantic evening. Molly and Joey find themselves uncomfortably attracted to each other, leading to more romantic trouble.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/28/1998
UPC:
0025192025921
Original Release:
1997
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:46:00
Sales rank:
11,437

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bette Midler Lilly Leonard
Dennis Farina Dan De Mora
Paula Marshall Molly De Mora
Gail O'Grady Rowena
David Rasche Alan
Jamie Denton Keith Marks
Danny Nucci Joey Donna
Jayne Eastwood Aunt Iris
Michael J. Reynolds Senator Marks

Technical Credits
Carl Reiner Director
Bonnie Bruckheimer Producer
Bruce Carwardine Sound/Sound Designer
Robert de Mora Costumes/Costume Designer
Leslie Dixon Producer,Screenwriter
Richard Halsey Editor
Myron Hoffert Asst. Director
Tom Joyner Executive Producer
Alicia Keywan Art Director
Steve Mason Cinematographer
Nancy Mayor Casting
Timothy R. Sexton Musical Direction/Supervision
Sandy Veneziano Production Designer
Patrick Williams Score Composer

Scene Index

Chapter List
0. Chapter List
1. Main Titles; The Diamond In The Dessert [4:34]
2. Mom [2:32]
3. The Wedding Day [6:03]
4. In The Worst Possible Taste [5:54]
5. The Civil Conversation [6:36]
6. Grabbing The Germlin [8:38]
7. The Runaway Parents [15:14]
8. Meet The Cockroach [6:07]
9. Mom And Dad Check Out [4:54]
10. Our Song ("Somewhere Along The Way") [8:11]
11. The Morning After [7:01]
12. A Little Change In Apperance [8:22]
13. Totally Irresponsible [3:58]
14. Desperate Decisions [7:12]
15. Bad Taste And Immaturity [2:43]
16. End Titles: Crazy Liberals [6:55]

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That Old Feeling 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Libejin More than 1 year ago
"That Old Feeling" is one of my all-time favorite movies. The chemistry between all six of the lead characters is amazing. Very Good Acting, IMHO. I hope they had as much fun making the movie as I have when ever I watch it. I love it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nobody's family is perfect, but few of us live life as a soap opera. The fight scenes between Bette Midler and Dennis Farina are hilarious as they find out that there is still 'that old feeling' between them, even though they have been divorced for fourteen years. When they run away together their daughter and her snobby husband must find them before the media find out and his political prospects are ruined. She hires a paparazzi, who seems to know exactly where her mother is at any time, to take her to her parents. When they find them, the antics only continue and she realizes that her own marriage is a mistake.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great motion picture that shows a valuable lesson about marriage and love. Danny Nucci surely looks gorgeous and funny. Highly recommended for young adults and up.