CINEMA: EVERYBODY'S GOOD GIRL

WHEN A SELF-SACRIFICING WOMAN DISCOVERS THAT HER HUSBAND IS A PHILANDERER, IT IS TIME TO REGROUP BACK AT THE RANCH

Well, yes, Eddie (Dennis Quaid) is having an extramarital affair. And, yes, his wife Grace (Julia Roberts) finds out about it. And, for sure, there's hell to pay before they sort of sort it out.

But Something to Talk About is not your typical adultery comedy, all farcical fizz and frenzy. Written by Callie Khouri, it is another empowerment play, like her Thelma and Louise. That, however, was a high-concept piece, two girls enjoying the boyish pleasures of a crime-and-bonding spree. This film is harder to describe (almost the highest praise you can offer a movie these days ), but it...

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