Two silly ditzes at Sagebrush High in Tucson are still silly ditzes as roommates in L.A., ten years later. There is a touching element to their mutual support system, which is fortunate because the tickling element is undependable. Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow have their respective characters in firm headlocks, and they play off one another well. Kudrow, in particular, shows excellent timing as a comic reactor. But the seemingly flexible narrative structure -- flashbacks from photos in the yearbook, alternative reunions in the dream state and the waking state -- turns out in actual practice to be simply limp; and not much imagination goes into the ten-year changes; and even the photography is grayly overcast, despite an attempt (in the words of the classmate who grows up to be a Vogue editor) at "a fun, frisky use of color." With Janeane Garofalo; directed by David Mirkin. (1997) — Duncan Shepherd
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