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Alfre Woodard, Tim Robbins, Mary Steenburgen, are part of a supporting cast of characters that you will love.
Was hoping to just sit back and enjoy the movie and have time to close out the "real" world and this movie just reminded me more of it.
An incredibly uplifting story, funny, and superbly acted by every member of the cast; and it has a beautiful score to boot.
A good movie with a good message for your kids about the important things in life . One of Holly Hunters best performances . Read morePublished 8 days ago by hempy
Not what I expected. Very disappointed in the story plot. Really thought it was going to be entertaining.Published 6 months ago by Amanda
I enjoyed this movie. I sent it to my daughter to watch with her young daughters.Published 7 months ago by sandy
I have always considered this movie a companion to Raising Arizona. It's the quirky, story of a small town former, 'Miss Hot Tamale', Carnelle, (Holly Hunter). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Englishlass
Completely charming, bittersweet story of small town, Southern life and pageantry-with hilarious performances by Alfre,Mary, and Holly ensuring that this little classic "shall... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Denny Rhodes
"Miss Firecracker" looks a little bit like a remake of "Picnic," which is a fine film, "Miss Firecracker" isn't. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Skip Hughes
This movie is an acquired taste. Holly Hunter is wonderful, as is Mary Steenburgen. Not exactly a feel-good movie but it is entertaining. I love this movie!Published 11 months ago by Doreen A. Rowan
Complicated movie w/quirky characters. There's brothers/sisters/old & new romances/the magic of uncrushable spirit/cruelty/kindness & atrociously red hair. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kandy Langford
I purchased this as a gift to my husband. He loves this quirky, funny, bittersweet move. He especially loved Alfre Woodard's role of "Popeye". Read morePublished 13 months ago by Angel Collector