It Could Happen to You (1994)
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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      It Could Happen to You, directed by Andrew Bergman is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was July 29, 1994 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Comedy/Drama/Romance and stars Nicolas Cage as Charlie Lang, Bridget Fonda as Yvonne

      Biasi, Rosie Perez as Muriel Lang and Isaac Hayes as Angel Dupree.

      When Charlie could hold true to paying his waitress a tip, he makes her an offer she couldn’t refuse…the offer was, that if he won the lottery that night, he would split his winning with her as payment for her kind services. Behold, he did win and yes, he did hold true to this promise, and even though it caused a split between him and his wife, the promise was a mark of his word that could not be broken. This situation festered in his marriage which caused it ...


      • It Could Happen to You (1994)
      to end. But no worries, he found true love and happiness in the loving and welcoming arms of the person whose life has ben changed due to his generosity. And although they didn’t end up seeing a spot of change from the lottery winnings, they had each other, and that
      was alot better than any winning could create.

      The got a surprise in the mail…actually, the recieved alot of surprises in the mail and soon there worries would become a thing of the past. A true romantic comedy that is warm and endearing with lovable characters. A delight to watch…please, enjoy!




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