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Very entertaining, excellent cast, great story.
Not a good Movie lots of stars in it th eplot was not clear and sometimes hard to follow, just when you think you know whats going on it ends.
Altman's films do really allow you to connect with the characters, and this is no exception, so this is a medium hit on that basis.
For many years Garrison Keillor has presented the very best Off the Everyday Mark Entertainment. This movie captures the spirit of the 'real' Prarie Home Companion and brings a... Read morePublished 13 days ago by BBRosser
Great cast but weak or maybe just a strange plot. I liked the music.Published 1 month ago by Diane in Atlanta
This is one of those movies that is good but didn't make it big at the box office.Published 1 month ago by J. Arscott
An interesting fantasy spin on a real-life old standard radio program which is still aired today. Fun to watch this dvd and to tune in to this program on Saturday nights 6-8 pm... Read morePublished 1 month ago by RPC
Terrible movie, very slow and confusing. This movie nothing like the radio show. We turned it off after 15 minutes.Published 2 months ago by pcdoc
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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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