Three Wishes Movie Review 1995

Information and Film Reviews for Three Wishes the Movie

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Mysterious--and perhaps mystical--stranger Jack (Swayze) moves into the lives of a 1950s suburban widow (Mastrantonio) and her kids (Mazzello and Mumy) after she hits him with her car. Jack proceeds to use Zen philosophy, stories of a genie disguised as a dog, and nude sunbathing to help the kids' Little League team, make a boy fly, and scandalize the neighborhood. Adults will recognize the beatnik, Kerouac-influenced philosophy of nonconformity. They'll also recognize the sellout of that ideal with the sickeningly sappy ending. Mumy is the son of former "Lost in Space" child star Billy Mumy.

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 115 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Fantasy, Family Ties, POW/MIA, Childhood Visions, Period Piece: 1950s, Baseball, King of Beasts (Dogs), Genies, Strained Suburbia
Screenplay
Elizabeth Anderson
Cast
Patrick Swayze, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Joseph Mazzello, David Marshall Grant, Michael O'Keefe, John Diehl, Jay O. Sanders, Diane Venora, Seth Mumy
Cinematography
Johnny E. Jensen
Director
Martha Coolidge
Music
Cynthia Millar
Producer
Gary Lucchesi, Clifford Green, Ellen Green, Keith Samples, Larry Albucher, Rysher Entertainment, Savoy Pictures

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