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Film Review - All I Wish


Sharon Stone isn’t always the easiest actress to cast, with her specific personality often trouble for specific movies, often leaving her muted when she’s capable of bringing something different to many of her roles. At the very least, “All I Wish” places a large amount of trust in Stone to carry a dramedy that swings wildly from slapstick to the sobering realities of life as we know it. It’s not Stone’s finest hour, but it’s the best she’s been in a very long time, bringing a bubbly, sarcastic sense of self to her character, gifting writer/director Susan Walter some unexpected screen energy, helping to temper clichés that constantly threaten to bring the film to a stop. “All I Wish” has some sizable issues with tone and originality, but it does have Stone, and her charms are welcome here, especially when Walter loses her way.  Read the rest at


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