Director: David Anspaugh
Writer: John Meadows
Music Composed by: Keith Forsey
Producers: Anthony Esposito; Jack Sojka; Bill Blum; Billy Blake
||Diva with eighteen #1 hits
|Mira Sorvino|| ... Meg Kennedy|
|Mariah Carey|| ... Raychel|
|Melora Walters|| ... Kate|
|Arthur Nascarella|| ... Mr. Santalino|
|Saul Stein|| ... Umberto|
|Joseph Siravo|| ... Gio Esposito|
|Christian Maelen|| ... Frankie Santalino|
|Anthony Alessandro|| ... Lorenzo|
|Louis DiBianco|| ... Deluca|
|Noam Jenkins|| ... Garcia|
|Jeremiah Sparks|| ... Det. Levine|
|Dax Ravina|| ... Tony|
|Karen Giordano|| ... Angela Fontaine|
|Mike Egan|| ... Joey, Jr.|
|Jere Gillis|| ... No Nose|
|Steve Alonso|| ... DEA Officer|
|Tina Bruno|| ... Mrs. Saladino|
|Isa Thomas|| ... Grandmother Nell|
|Jan Glenham|| ... Cadaver|
|Lisa Ward|| ... Frankie's Girlfriend|
|Peter Baylis|| ... Collegiate Man|
|Lisa Croft|| ... Bartender|
|Rudolfo Meloni|| ... Restaurant Patron|
|Omar Corsetti|| ... Bar Patron|
|Dimitri Iatrou|| ... Bar Patron|
|Joe Dibari|| ... Bar Patron|
Review by Margery Slatkovsky (posted on 17-Mar-2008)
I'll be honest with you, I only saw this movie because it had Mariah Carey in it, but to be honest with you, after watching it I realized it had a pretty good plot too.
I will be the first to admit, behind all the critics in the world, that Mariah Carey may need a few more acting lessons. This was not the same disappointment that Glitter was. I did watch Glitter because of MC, but never revisited it.
Mira Sorvino's roll stood out to me. She was sincere and played a heart felt roll. She was believable which made the film work. I have watched this one several times over.
If it's a lazy day and you are in for a few laughs and a reasonably good drama take a look at this one. It's not a total waste!
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