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Chapter Two
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on January 28, 2005
I think this movie was not only great but a very inspirational movie. It showed true love and that's what is needed to remain sain in any relationship. I am hurt that I can't find this movie on DVD and would like to know how I can get it. Let me know if anyone finds out.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2012
I have loved this movie ever since I first saw it--and have waited for it to come out on DVD. I STILL love it and all the banter between the two
brothers by James Caan and Joseph Bologna. Marsha Mason's portrayal of Jenny was heart-felt and realistic especially for the scene where she stands up for herself as James Caan's character prepares to leave. Valerie Harper was enjoyable as best friend to Jenny. The scenes of their honeymoon were actually filmed in Bermuda not the West Indies as James Caan's character gave directions to the cab driver taking them to the airport. I lived in Bermuda for many wonderful years, and it was filmed beautifully and true. Very nice funny, moving and romantic movie based on the meeting and subseqent marriage of Neil Simon & Marsha Mason. You won't be disappointed!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on March 11, 2000
This film is wonderful, especially for the romantic movie buff who enjoys a measure of comedy in connection with very serious issues. Chapter 2 is set in the mid to late 70s in New York City. The casting producer chose wisely, Marsha Mason is the personification of the 1970s divorced woman. Valerie Harper (physically breathtaking in this movie) plays her neurotic best friend trying to lend emotional support while managing her own very unhappy existance and Joe Bologna (unhappily married press agent) and James Caan (Marsha Mason's co-star and widower)play two brothers deeply involved in one another's lives. Caan and Mason fall in love thanks to Bologna and Harper's match making, but decide to marry before Caan has fully come to terms with his wife's recent death. It's a happy ending but what happens in between the silly antics of Bologna and Harper and the truly touching ending may make even the most unemotional person emotional. Almost anyone will appreciate the touching way in which this story was told - watch and enjoy!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on October 9, 2004
This is another wonderful Neil Simon creation. Simon and Mason . . . what a divine combination! He wrote the words and she made sure they would stay in our hearts, forever. Please put this out in DVD. This is a real keeper.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
I have just one thing to say: DVD PLEASE!!!! I have watched my VHS so many times, it has worn out!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on June 5, 2003
I have been watching this movie for 20 years - since high school. I loved it the first time I saw it and when we got a VCR I recorded it. Everytime I went home during college (and since), my mother and I watched this movie. I know just about every line. I think it's quick and funny and sweet and inspiring in many ways. I love everyone in it. The lines - they're just so great!! Some may say sappy or schmaltzy, but they get me laughing everytime - and I'm a hard one to get to laugh out loud at movies. You have to be "on your toes" to keep up with this movie and its quick wit!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 24, 2010
It helps to write a letter to a studio when you want a movie released on DVD - this way they know what may make money for them.
Here's Sony's address -

DVD Release Coordinator
Sony Pictures Studios
10202 W. Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

I, too, love this movie and would like to have it on DVD.
Start writing, folks!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 20, 2006
Pleasant entertainment, good performances by Marsha Mason and Valerie Harper. I sure wish it would come out on DVD. While you're at it, how about making the soundtrack available on CD? That final song by Marilyn McCoo has been in the can far too long! C'mon Rastar, Sony Pictures, anyone listening?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 22, 2002
Our theate company has performed the stage play twice now. The witty reparte and the truthfulness are what grab me. To find the comedy in the tragic is genius, and Neil Simon has done that. I appreciate the stage play more than the screenplay as there are some extended scenes in the movie that don't drive the plot forward for me. (eg. the extremely long honeymoon sequence)I must say that James Caan's choice of eyewear leaves a lot to be desired - thank god the 70's are over! We look forward to performing this once again in July of 2002. There is something for everyone in this timeless slice of life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2013
I copied my vhs copy onto a dvd-r so that it wouldn't deteriorate any further.
I have watched it over and over many times.Imagine my surprise when I saw that
it finally was out on dvd.Unfortunately that is what the copiers of this dvd
did as well.This dvd is simply a copy of a very good vhs tape put onto dvd.
The easiest way to spot one of these phony dvds is to check for a menu.
There isn't one.Also the movie will usually be in the full screen format.This one is.The sound is also only stereo.
Since it is a better copy than my own I'm ok with it.
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