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Title:
Heart and souls
Author:
Downey, Robert, Jr., 1965-
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[Universal City, Calif.] : Universal Home Video, 1998.

©1993
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (104 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Four souls learn why they are earthbound and tied to a hard driving executive--through him, they each have one chance to resolve the unfinished business in their lives.
General Note:
Originally released as motion picture in 1993.

Hi-fi Dolby surround stereo ; digitally recorded.

Rated PG-13.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780783230078
UPC:
025192043321
Format :
DVD

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One fateful night in 1959, Thomas Reilly is born at the exact moment a bus accident claims four lives. Soon, the four find themselves earthbound & permanently tied to Thomas.


Summary

Director Ron Underwood follows up his crowd-pleasing hit City Slickers (1991) with this likable, feel-good comedy drama about a selfish businessman who discovers that he's permanently being followed by a group of ghosts. In 1959, a bus accident links the spirits of four fatally injured passengers to a newborn baby whose birth is caused by the crash. For 25 years, Milo (Tom Sizemore), Harrison (Charles Grodin), Penny (Alfre Woodard) and Julia (Kyra Sedgwick) remain bound to Thomas Reilly (Robert Downey Jr.), who believes the quartet to be imaginary childhood friends that have long since disappeared. When the four spooks suddenly realize that they are meant to use Thomas as a conduit to bring closure to their unfinished corporeal lives, they reemerge, causing Thomas to think that he's gone insane. As he becomes reattached to his supernatural companions, however, Thomas' innate decency asserts itself and he begins helping them to right the wrongs in their lives, allowing them to possess his body to achieve their goal of settling accounts and moving on into the afterlife. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi