Movie Review: THE FAMILY MAN, 2000

Festival Reviews

Top Christmas Movie of All-Time

THE FAMILY MAN, 2000
Classic Movie Review

Directed by Bret Ratner
Starring Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni
Review by Russell Hill

SYNOPSIS:

A successful unmarried Wall Street broker wakes one morning living the life of a family man with a wife and two kids.

REVIEW:

Very similar to It’s a Wonderful Life, The Family Man is a movie that could be forgiven for acting as a vehicle for Nicholas Cage’s talents, but is much more than that.

A fantastical tale of asking questions that everyone must ask themselves at one point in life, it is Jack Campbell’s (Cage) story we follow. Jack is a very successful and extremely rich Wall Street broker. One Christmas Eve, he finds himself on the verge of landing a deal that would make him richer beyond his wildest dreams, as well as earning major kudos with the boss. When waking on…

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