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In this romantic comedy-drama, a couple learns that the relationship between the mind and the body can take many different forms. Rose Morgan (Barbra Streisand) is a plain and pudgy middle-aged college English professor who shares a house with her mother, Hannah (Lauren Bacall). Rose got the brains in her family, but her sister Claire (Mimi Rogers) got the good looks, and as Claire prepares for her wedding to Alex (Pierce Brosnon), Rose can't help but despair over the blank page that is her love life, especially since she's ...

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Rebecca A

May 28, 2016

Thumbs UP for "The Mirror Has Two Faces"!

If you like Barbra, Jeff, Pierce, Brenda, Lauren, or anybody in the cast this is a great movie for you. Barbra's character was cute and funny at the beginning of the movie, but this was about changing her appearance for the better. I love this movie!

patty t

Dec 12, 2013

Is a wonderful story of two people who desire to find mates who are really... each others very best friend. So when the infatuation of the dating season comes to an end instead of them breaking up and moving on which is what they were both familiar with... they grow deeper and stronger together as dear friends. it is wonderfully refreshing and a delight to watch. Truth be told this is really what most people want....

Helen R C

Sep 15, 2011

Wonderful!

I loved this movie and recommend it to others who like romance set in Manhattan, NY.

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