The Family Man (2000)

The Family Man (2000)
  • Time: 125 min
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Fantasy
  • Director: Brett Ratner
  • Cast: Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni, Don Cheadle


Cutthroat investment banker Jack Campbell, who eschews emotional ties, is transported into the prosaic life he might have had if he’d wed his college sweetheart. Instead of a Ferrari, Campbell drives a malfunctioning minivan in the suburbs and is saddled with two screaming kids — but he learns to love every minute of it.

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  • “The Family Man” is a good movie to see around the holidays! The message of the movie was obviously that all the wealth in the world can’t replace having someone to share your life with. I think kudos go to the makers for their casting of Nicolas Cage and Téa Leone in the lead roles, they were both perfect for the roles in question. The excellent art direction and casting make this film work. Brett Ratner has blended some wonderful camera angles and editing to keep the film heartwarming but not sappy. All in all, this movie is funny, light hearted and entertaining. And like I said: a great film for the holidays.

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