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The loveable and laughable Lily Tomlin stars in the high-spirited comedy The Incredible Shrinking Woman. Exposed to a bizarre mix of household chemicals, ordinary housewife and mother Pat Kramer (Tomlin), develops a strange illness - she begins to shrink. Baffling doctors and struggling to take care of her family, Pat's diminishing size captures the hearts of the American people but also the attention of an evil group of scientists plotting to take over the world!
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LOVED THE FILM GROWING UP...STILL GOOD A TAD DATED THOUGH...DONT KNOW WHY THE CAMEO BY EDITH ANN WAS CUT FROM THE DVD?Published 4 days ago by SEAN HOGAN
One of my favorites. Is it cheesy? Yes! Is it low budget with horrible sound quality? Sure!
But it's Lily Tomlin!!!!! And a gorilla!
Love Lily Tomlin in this. Filled with lots of humor in only Lily Tomlin fashion. A must see family film.Published 13 days ago by sharon j rabner
I loved this movie the first time I saw it, and my opinion has not changed all these years later. The attention to perspective and detail was spot on and still is.Published 27 days ago by Kaybee
Good movie, in great shape, DVD new, ready to use, Film from the 80's I saw it when I was little so I was old enough to get some of what was going on. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim Tolliver
one of my all time favs!! I was thrilled to see it finally out on DVD!!!Published 1 month ago by Sarah Winkler
I have not seen this movie since I was a kid. I love it, great show.Published 1 month ago by Parrot Bay Rescue Foundation
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It is totally in 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen!!! I am watching it right now and it's awesome! I don't know anything about the missing scene, but the picture quality is very much acceptable. Sound is Dolby Digital 2.0.
Feb 9, 2010 by Brett Heitkam | See all 2 posts
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