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The difficulties in serving Sara

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th April 2003 03:00 AM

It is difficult to imagine why the management of Cineplex decided to show this film at the new Garden City complex rather than the certified money-maker Gangs of New York, which instead starts today at the old cinema on Wilson Road.

Film: Serving Sara
Stars: Mathew Perry, Elizabeth Hurley
Director: Reginald Hudlin
Screenplay: Jay Scherick
Running time: 99 minutes.
Rating: PG-13 for crude humour and strong language
Showing at: Cineplex, Garden City, Cine 2.
Preview by: Kalungi Kabuye

It is difficult to imagine why the management of Cineplex decided to show this film at the new Garden City complex rather than the certified money-maker Gangs of New York, which instead starts today at the old cinema on Wilson Road.

A film like Serving Sara, which is showing at Cine 2 Garden City from today, can be little more than a fill-in. And maybe that is what it is, a fill-in while Catch Me If You Can pulls in the crowd in Cine 1.

Whatever the reason, in this supposedly romantic comedy, Matthew Perry stars as Joe Tyler, a process server trying to serve divorce papers on the beautiful Sara Moore (Elizabeth Hurley). Married to the womanising rich Texican Gordon Moore (Bruce Campbell), she makes a deal with Joe, if he serves Gordon first, which means she will get a bigger settlement, she will give him a million-dollar commission.

Along the way, they face some difficulties, including Sara’s husband and Joel’s stupidly aggressive rival, and the growing romance between the two.

The difficulties in serving Sara

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