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Where the Heart Is

(2000)

Rated PG-13 for intense thematic material, language and sexual content.

PG-13 120min.
 
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Pregnant 17-year-old Novalee Nation (Natalie Portman) runs away from her Tennessee home toward the bright lights of California, accompanied by her boyfriend, Willy Jack Pickens (Dylan Bruno). Read More
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Novalee Nation
Lexie Coop
Sister Husband
Ruth Meyers
Forney Hall
Willy Jack Pickins
Moses Whitecotten
Mama Nell
Mr. Sprock
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October 22, 2010
JustAfza
this movie is under rated ! it definitely has an interesting story line and interesting characters and i found there to be no dull moment
April 07, 2009
ChuckWash
Pinic revisited?
January 02, 2009
I28teach
I loved this movie. I thought the actors did a wonderful job telling a very poignant story. Movie critics baffle me. They seem to hate "feel-good" movies. The reviews I read seemed cruel and mean-spirited about a movie that I believe many people would completely enjoy as I did.

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