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Living Out Loud

Release Date: October 30th, 1998

R|1 hr. 33 min.

Plot Summary
After being unceremoniously dumped by her husband, 40-something divorcée Judith Moore (Holly Hunter) tries to make sense of her new existence. She becomes friends with Pat Francato (Danny DeVito), the elevator operator in her high-rise apartment building, who is having marital problems of his own. She also dabbles in a new romance with an attractive masseur, and lets loose in a nightclub ruled by a torch singer, Liz Bailey (Queen Latifah), with whom she soon connects.

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Genres: Comedy drama

Distributor: New Line Cinema

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  • LaGravenese may be unsteady at the helm, but his film insinuates like a torch song that keeps messing with your head. show more

  • It's the film you need to see in order to understand why the ending of "As Good As It Gets" was phony. show more

  • Living Out Loud is not a monumental motion picture. In fact, in many ways, it's quite the opposite - a quiet, unassuming story of friendship and love that uses richly-developed characters to charm its audience. show more

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