Georgia RuleMay 11, 2007
Rachel comes to stay with her Grandmother Georgia for the summer leaving some obvious problems behind at home…
Release Year: 2007
Rating: 5.8/10 (13,241 voted)
Critic's Score: 25/100
Stars: Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan, Felicity Huffman
Rachel comes to stay with her Grandmother Georgia for the summer leaving some obvious problems behind at home. Her alcoholic mother doesn't even stay the night before rushing back out to California to be with her husband. Rachel shakes up the town, a beautiful girl in the boring Mormon country. Then she reveals her deepest secret to one of her new friends, and her mother comes rushing back to find out if its true. In the midst of this crisis the three woman become closer than ever and start to understand each other more.
Dr. Simon Ward
Destiney Sue Walker
(as Destiney Moore)
(as Adreana Betan)
Some families buckle under pressure…others bloom.
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Release Date: 11 May 2007
Filming Locations: California State University Northridge – 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, Los Angeles, California, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: BRL 414,375
(22 July 2007)
(24 June 2007)
Did You Know?
Felicity Huffman got so physical in her car fight scene with Cary Elwes that she broke the windshield, so when the car pulled over they filmed it from behind as they both get out.
Rachel slides off her panties while trying to seduce Harlan, and when she offers to let him "touch it", she parts her legs slightly and it can clearly be seen that she's wearing another pair of panties.
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The ribbon and the paper.
Great movie – Great Cast – Bad Marketing
Once again Hollywood marketing has classified a heartfelt drama as a
rip roaring comedy. Georgia Rule is no laughing matter, but it is a
powerful, worthwhile movie with an outstanding cast. Forget all the
critic's reviews — they don't "get it".
The opening is a little slow but it accurately portrays the strained
relationships and secrets in this family. Fonda and Huffman are
brilliant and so is Lohan. Given the press surrounding Lohan during the
filming, my expectations were pretty low and I was very surprised at
how good she was and how good the movie was.
It's a great movie to open dialog with your Mom or your resident
teenager. Take the R rating seriously – it's a mature chick flick – one
of the best.
Garry Marshall did a good job at handling a heavy subject. There are a
couple of laughs along the way for comedy relief, but this is a movie
that will stay with you. Go see it.