"In just one afternoon, Harry has met the love of his life.
However, he misses out on their first date when a power outage prevents his alarm clock from waking him up thus causing him to over sleep passed the rendevous time.
And if that wasn't bad enough, in an effort to call her and explain, Harry discovers information which indicates that the world will come to an apocalyptic end in just a few hours.
Boy, I tell ya,
If Harry's luck with love was any worse,
then he'd probably be me.
"Steve De Jarnatt's nihilistic noir thriller starred Anthony Edwards and Mare Winningham at the start of World War III. It ended with mass rioting in the streets of Los Angeles when word leaked of an impending nuclear apocalypse."
"Miracle Mile" starts out as a dopey love story. I was relieved when it changed into something much better after the main character received a message with uncertain meaning. This leads to an ending that I only half liked. The beginning and end of the movie bothered me in some ways. It's quite a ride in the middle. One of my favourite movie settings is a big city at night - so mysterious and potentially dangerous with a sense of virtually endless possibilities, free from the routine of days. I "
"Does she always sleep this deep?"
"She took a Valium."
Very cool movie. I would agree with JayTrotter about seeing this movie as ignorant as possible. That's why I'm not going to say much about this movie.
Ei tämä huono ole, mutta eipä tämä millään tapaa erikoinenkaan ole. Asioita kerrotaan turhan nopealla temmolla ja tästä olisi varmasti saanut pidemmänkin pätkän. Elokuvan jälkeen jää vähän sellainen "tässäkö tämä nyt oli?" fiilis."
"This movie really isn't like other movies. For that reason alone you should watch it. Anthony Edwards heads up an ensemble cast of characters. I think telling you about the movie wouldn't help you to understand it. You must watch first, and ask questions later.
"Tagline reads: "Be prepared to be blown through the back of the theater!"
Avoid all plot summaries. Go into this as ignorant as possible. It'll add a ton to the viewing experience and I still say it's one of the most underrated films of all time.