Home Viewing: New Years Eve

Bottom Line: So bad it might just take a year off your life.

The Gist: In New York on New Year’s Eve, different people have different problems. One is a terminally ill patient, another a mother racing to have the New Years Eve baby. A secretary feels she has missed out on life while a single mom misses love. Everybody’s got somewhere to be or someone to meet and darned if it doesn’t all get done by midnight.

The Verdict: Skip it. Sometimes auld acquaintance should be forgot. Read our full review.

Be Aware: Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual references.

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