The Family Man (2000)  » Movies  »
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  • He is being taught a lesson in humility by an angel, and not before he can readjust himself as a human being will the life changing experience end

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Nicholas Cage plays Jack Campbell, a Wall Street Investment banker who is wealthy and alone in his life, one morning as he opens his eyes; he finds that his world has been completely turned upside down when he notices that he has a wife and children. He is given a look into the life he would have if he did not go to London England

      and had stayed with his girlfriend in the United States of America. This is not at all what he wants, as he has grown quite accustomed to his fancy life as a wealthy banker, and this new spin on things is just wearing down on him, it is basically more than he can manage. He is being taught a lesson in humility by an angel,

      • and not before he can readjust himself as a human being will the life changing experience end. As he continues to make a mess of the new family life that he is in, his daughter realizes that something is off and she offers to guide him through his journey to becoming a better husband and father, when he is offered a job as a banker
        in New York, he turns the offer down knowing full well that it would interfere with is life as a family man. Now that he has completely adjusted to the family life, he is returned to the life he once knew and makes it now his point of duty to no longer remain alone and find the woman of his dreams. A very intriguing movie. Enjoy!




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