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Georgia Rule

Rated R for sexual content and some language.

R 113min.
 
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Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman, and Lindsay Lohan star in director Garry Marshall's tale of a rebellious young woman who is sent to spend the summer with her grandmother when her frustrated mother fails to find a means of curbing her unruly behavior. Read More
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August 27, 2011
bjjaneret
Georgia Rule is a good movie and Jane Fonda is a awesome attress ane Lyndsey Lohan played good party enjoyed the movie....bjjaneret@aol.com Saw the movie on cable
December 24, 2008
sassyarmogirl793
It was a really interesting movie, and a deep one, too. A mother, a daughter, and a granddaughter all learn lessons from one another.
October 05, 2008
HCJC5793
Hay up your's... that movie was ******* good, and how can you talk shit about "Lindsay lohan" go look in the mirror im sure you have done some pretty ****** up things in you life!
May 22, 2008
juju3040
Georgia Rule sucked. Lindsay Lohen, or whatever her name is, was terrible in this movie, and there is not one thing attactive about her face, her body, her voice. She is disgusting.
May 22, 2008
cu1turevu1ture49
I'm fortunate to see a new movie about once a week. After seeing the trailer for this film, I was expecting a family comedy/drama. And with Jane Fonda heading the cast, I figured this would be a good movie. Well I was fooled by the trailer. The comedy is at the expense of Felicity Huffman's character and not really funny but meanspirited in the depection of her drinking problem. Fonda is wasted

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