A look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them.
An elderly Margaret Thatcher talks to the imagined presence of her recently deceased husband as she struggles to come to terms with his death while scenes from her past life, from girlhood to British prime minister, intervene.
Richard E. Grant
Inspired by Mark Twain's morality tale 'The Mysterious Stranger,' 'Another Telepathic Thing' is a prismatic and complex dance-theater parable. At once cynical and spiritual, the work ... See full summary »
A woman named Linda leaves her family to pursue her dream of being a rock star. And she hasn't achieved the notoriety she hoped for. Her ex-husband calls her to tell her that her daughter suffered a breakdown because her husband left her. She goes back to Indianapolis. But her daughter doesn't exactly welcome her with open arms. But she stays and tries. And her sons also don't welcome her warmly.Written by
This was the first ever feature film performance by the PigPen Theatre Company. See more »
Ricki mentions she is planning to file for Chapter 11 (alluding to Chapter 11 bankruptcy). Chapter 11 is typically for businesses, organizations, and other entities, while Chapter 7 or 13 are for individuals. See more »
You just know that right off the top of your - ?
Is it - ?
[shuts refrigerator door]
Yes, you're absolutely right.
Of course I'm right. I know all the PLU codes. I ring stuff up all day long. Go ahead, try me. Anything, anything, anything.
Organic or regular? Organic is 9-4-2-3-7.
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The credits are accompanied by a clip of Ricki and the Flash singing "Cold One" at the wedding. See more »
We both hated this film and walked out after 30 or 40 minutes
My wife and I (both Baby Boomers) went to see this movie on a Sunday afternoon in August, 2015. The audience consisted of mostly women who were older than the two of us. The movie started off good enough...as we both were enjoying the music in the opening scene/s involving the band. We have seen Rick Springfield in concert, by the way, and we both are big fans of his.
The scene at dinner, however, with all the people arguing and hating each other literally drove us out of the theater. This is a comedy ?? Who wants to see this kind of hatred and bickering on the big screen? Not funny at all for us, so we left and I could not wait to write this review.
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