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The Family Man : Friday December 15, 2000

In Universal Pictures’ and Beacon Pictures’ romantic comedy The Family Man, Nicolas Cage stars as Jack Campbell, a Wall Street playboy at the top of his professional game…with little time for anything else. Jack’s lavish, fast-paced lifestyle drastically changes one snowy Christmas night when he unwittingly stumbles into the middle of a grocery store holdup and in a bold display of self-preservation disarms the gunman. The next morning he wakes up in a suburban New Jersey bedroom lying next to Kate (Leoni), his college sweetheart who he left in order to pursue his career, and to the horrifying discovery that his former life no longer exists. As he stumbles through this alternate suburban universe, Jack begins to feel strangely comfortable in this new role of loving husband and father to two children. Jack finds himself at a crossroad, where he must choose between his high-powered career and the woman he loves. © 2000 Universal Studios

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Points 62.5 70 70 50 63.13


63.13 - Go See At Matinee

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Brett Ratner


David Diamond (VI)   &
David Weissman (II) 




Nicolas Cage as Jack Campbell 
Téa Leoni as  
Don Cheadle as
Harve Presnell as
Jeremy Piven as
Amber Valletta as
Bo Derek as

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Rated Rated PG-13 for sensuality and some language.


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 The People's Review of Family Man

Michele Morton 
Score = "100" 
"If you leave this movie the same as when you went in then something is wrong. This move is so touching that everyone can relate to in some form or another. There is no other actor who could have portrayed the passion and fire inside of the character Jack Campbell, than Nicolas Cage." "

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