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  • I believe that in some moments she is over exaggerated
  • I think that less emphasis could have been put on his role

    • by Janet
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      “Say It Isn’t So” was mainly promoted as the movie from the same producers of “Something About Mary”. However this movie together with the movie “Me, You and Irene” cannot really be compared to the great success of “Something About Mary”. I must also admit that between “Me, You and Irene” and “Say It

      Isn’t So”, the latter in certain aspects is much more closure to the hit movie.

      “Say It Isn’t So” is about Gilbert Noble (Chris Klein) who fell in love with Josephine Wingfield (Heather Graham). On the same day they decide to get married, they discover that, in reality, they are brother and sister! Life gets ...


      • complicated from there onwards.

        I am really surprised that Sally Field wasn’t nominated for a Razzie Award for her role in this movie. I believe that in some moments she is over exaggerated. What I really hate about this movie is that Richard Jenkins, who interprets the role of disabled Walter Wingfield, could be deemed

        offensive for disabled persons. I think that less emphasis could have been put on his role. The entire movie was shot between locations in Canada and USA.

        All in all, “Say It Isn’t So” is a funny romantic comedy; however it never reaches the level of “Something About Mary”. People should watch it whilst keeping this in mind!




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