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Prairie Home Companion, A (DVD)
A prestigious cast headed by Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner director Robert Altman ("Short Cuts," "Gosford Park"), including Academy Award-winner Tommy Lee Jones ("In the Valley of Elah," "The Client") and Academy Award-winner Meryl Streep ("The Devil Wears Prada," "The Bridges of Madison County"), among many others star in this fictionalized film account of Garrison Keeler's popular radio program. The Fitzgerald Theater is about to close for business after radio station WLT is purchased by a rich Texan company and the celebrity cast prepares for its last performance as they fill quirky roles of singing cowboys, stagehands, businessmen and angles. Also starring Lindsay Lohan ("Georgia Rule," "Mean Girls"), Academy Award-nominee Woody Harrelson ("Semi-Pro," "Natural Born Killers") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee John C. Reilly ("Chicago," "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby").]]>
You'll laugh till you cry. Great cast. Garrison Keillor is a great writer and genius.Published 6 hours ago by Dennis C. Hendrixson
Such great actors in a slow paced kind of boring film. Had to quit halfway through.Published 7 days ago by ChrisC.
Probably won't make my "Must Have" list but definitely worth at least one watch. I like all of the actors and I've been listening on and off to Prairie Home Companion for... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ryan Porter
This is a low-key movie with great performances by an all-star cast.
There are several plot lines going through the movie as well as a great characterization
of "Guy... Read more
It was a fun move. We really enjoy movies in which Meryl Streep sings. Otherwise, great to see Garrison Keeler.Published 18 days ago by Jane L.
Disappointed. All those stars and talent. And it was uncomfortable to watch.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
I did have to occasionally remind myself "this isn't an action flick." Anyway, as a pleasant diversion, my wife and I enjoyed this. Read morePublished 25 days ago by sghunter
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I loved this movie and am a huge fan of Garrison Keillor, but I am a bit worried that your post seems a bit elitist and snobby...
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