Maxie
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This romantic comedy contains a wife of fantasy as it chronicles the amazing changes suffered by a plain-jane yuppie when she suddenly becomes possessed by the spirit of a free-spirited flapper from the 1920s. Her husband, a book collector, loves the sudden changes that begin soon after the couple moves into their new San Francisco apartment. It is while removing the crumbling wall paper off the walls that they find an inscription left by former resident, Maxie, who lived there during the 1920s. Reading the inscription awakens her lively spirit.
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"Glenn Close gets a chance to strut her stuff in this dual role, but alas, the ludicrous screenplay flies off in far too many uninteresting directions."
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
"A directionless and flaccid farce...an uncharacteristic misfire for the usually dependable Glenn Close"
‑ Frank Ochieng, Movie Eye
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