Brand : Mary Stuart Masterson, and Mary-Louise Parker Kathy Bates

Tomates Verdes Fritos (Fried Green Tomatoes) [NTSC/REGION 1 & 4 DVD. Import-Latin America]



Le`ann |

Beautiful movie

This is, hands down, one of my top five favorite movies. it draws you in and when it ends, you feel like some good friends moved away. rarely i get emotionally invested in a movie but with this one, i couldn't help it. i cried even my first few times watching it. the book is just as good, if not better in some aspects. amazing acting by all the major characters and a wonderful soundtrack too. i ¢¾ it!

Kathy isabell(belltower@lycosmail.com) |

Inspirational...towanda!

I filled my lap with sodden kleenex the first (and the second, and the third...) time i entered the world of this magical story. it's a solid, uplifting story about the relationships of two women in the past and two women in the present. it's about being true to yourself, and the film has the remarkable effect of imparting new strength and resolve with each viewing. towanda! and don't miss the book either. it's slightly different but every bit as enjoyable.

Doc dave |

Have a good cry

This is one of the rare movies that actually does justice to the book it was based on. i thought fried green tomatoes was tremendously uplifing and extremely funny, but you might find you'll shed a tear or two in places also. i liked the messages regarding taking charge of your life when things aren't how you'd like them to be, and being yourself no matter how wacky or different that may make you seem to others. no question that this is a movie the whole family can enjoy. i recommend it to absolutely anyone.