28 Days

28 Days

DVD - 2000
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Publisher: Culver City, CA : Columbia Tristar Home Video, 2000.
Edition: Special ed.
ISBN: 9780767851268
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 104 mins.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Mortensen, Viggo 1958-
Bullock, Sandra
Alternative Title: Twenty-eight days


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Mar 28, 2017

28 DAYS makes rehab and alcoholism and addiction seem like a bit of a joke, too sunny and cavalier about what it's dealing with to be taken seriously. It had a quick-and-cheap TV-movie quality to it. Perhaps it was a TV movie; I didn't look much further after watching it. I feel like I may have seen it on a Sunday afternoon playing on the telly, but I can't be sure. It's an incredibly forgettable watch, one that I'll probably end up seeing again for lack of memory of having seen it in the first place. It's basically harmless, though, and written a little haphazardly with some gaping holes and loose ends left flapping in the wind that I wish were tied and tightened up. But like I said -- harmless. So, if you're interested in it, give it a watch; you won't gain much, but you'll only lose a couple of hours.

Oct 15, 2015

This was like a poor man's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." A very very poor man. One redeeming feature is that it gave me a chance to see what Vigo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi and Marianne Jean-Baptiste were doing 15 years ago.

Feb 15, 2014

Sandra Bullock is exceptional in this film. She plays a character who is forced to be in rehab due to alcoholism. She experiences many good and bad experiences while there, but it only helps to strengthen her for the world.


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