Reader review: The Family Man

2012-07-23 07:46
This movie dates back awhile but remain one of the best movies I ever saw.

Two young lovers decide to continue their studies as part of their planned success for the future and to meet back up once their studies are completed as they will be in separate continents.

They never meet back up again and the story start off next with Nicholas Cage being an extremely successful business man working on Christmas Eve.

He decided to go for a walk and meet up with Christmas past, future and present, a gentlemen who appears to be just a street walker.

The next morning he wakes up in a unknown house, next to his girlfriend, now his wife and jumble of kids to boot. Everyone goes on as if this has always been but he needs to adapt quickly to his new surroundings, filled with comedy, hysterical moments of confusion he learns to adapt to the facts that he is poor well the family is poor and he works at a car shop as a salesman.

With time he comes to love the children and his wife and the situation when the spririt of Christmas whisks him back in his penthouse apartment suite in his old life.

He suddenly realizes what he has been missing all his life and by the close of the movie they actually meet up again. publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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