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The Hot Flashes 2013 R CC

Brooke Shields stars in this raunchy comedy that proves that women over 40 know how to do it better.

Starring:
Brooke Shields, Daryl Hannah
Runtime:
1 hour, 39 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Susan Seidelman
Starring Brooke Shields, Daryl Hannah
Supporting actors Wanda Sykes, Andrea Frankle, Eric Roberts, Jessica Rothe, Charlotte Graham, Carl Palmer, Michal Anna Marble, Morrey McElroy, Maria Mason, Camryn Manheim, Virginia Madsen, Gillian Bolt, Larry Tausch, Don Brady, Mark Povinelli, Ritchie Montgomery, Randy Austin, William Stockton
Studio Vertical Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By Stacey Watts on November 26, 2013
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This was a wonderful movie. It was very inspiring. I loved the all star cast. The characters were colorful and delightful. The story line was refreshing. Definitely on the chick flick rotation.
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The show was so funny! The cast was outrageous! I adopted a senior for Christmas and she wanted a comedy, so I got the movie for her. If I thought it was funny from a guy's perspective, she 's bound to love it!
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Loved this movie about small town life, growing older, changing, family, friends...Loved all the performances. Funny. Saw it twice. Recommend it.
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By S.C. on April 3, 2014
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I was pretty excited to watch the DVD as the movie did not show in our area.
Loved the actresses and plot, but something was missing. I don't know. The writing just wasn't that great. Will I ever watch it again? I don't think so.
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Burning Bush (both a biblical and sexual meaning- I get it) is an ideal Hollywood small Texan town with no visual Hispanics and apparently one token African-American family. The town's mobile mammogram has run out of funds, so Beth (Brooke Shields) has devised an unconventional way to raise money to save it by having some 50 somethings challenge the girl's basketball team.

In addition to Beth the team has:

Ginger (Daryl Hannah) who is still in the closet in the small Texas town.
Florine (Wanda Sykes) who is running for mayor.
Roxie (Camryn Manheim) a pot head.
Clementine (Virginia Madsen) the town floozie. Her ex-husband in the opposing team coach.

Beth's husband (Eric Roberts) is the town's postmaster who has been making special deliveries...and not to her.

The film is not very funny. It briefly touches on hot flashes in one comedy scene, but that was it. At times it was old vs. young, men vs. women, and church vs. everyone, but none of these themes were developed to make a point or be funny.

The film was tritely written. Most of the actresses couldn't spell basketball, let alone play it (especially Camryn Manheim). The basketball segments consisted of lots of cut away scenes. A borderline rental for those for like female comedies, that follow formula and aren't really funny.

Parental Guide: No nudity. 1 sex scene. No f-bombs that I recall, but there is plenty of sex talk.
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Love the combinations of talent. The movie was a little predictable but definitely worth the time. I watched it twice!
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A fun and well-written and directed movie about an aging team of women basketball players raising funds by playing a series of exhibition games against local high school girls. The jokes and pratfalls are natural, and the screenplay allows Brooke Shields and friends to alternately strut and appear vulnerable almost concurrently. The breast cancer awareness adds to the movie's surprising depth and the ending is very believable.

Unlike many movies of this genre that flame out after the first half (the in-training part), The Hot Flashes is consistently entertaining and pretty darn funny.
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The viewer has come to expect a certain level of comedy with Wanda Sykes and Hot Flashes was no exception. This was a great movie, with an awesome, five star cast! Madsen, Mannheim, Shields & Sykes were hilarious. Although the storyline in and of itself was lame, the acting (with the exception of Hannah's role) was top notch and you even found yourself rooting for the underdog at the end. Seeing as the movie was solely created for entertainment and it served it's purpose, I had to give it 5 stars. I'm not one who likes to watch a serious drama over again, but with no heavy emotional investment to make, I'd watch this again, just for the laughs.
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