Year of Release: 1998
Director: John N. Smith
Approx. Running Time: 98 minutes
My Rating: 3 stars (Out of 5)
From Back Cover:
"The Best Screen Performance...From Vince Vaughn."
-Kansas City Star
Sometimes you need to lose it all before you find out what matters most.
Handsome attorney (Vince Vaughn) is caught in the middle of a romantic love triangle, forced to choose between his estranged wife (Monica Potter) and his sexy young girlfriend (Joey Lauren Adams).
"A Cool, Dry Place" is a passionate tale of a man torn between the love of his life...and the woman of his dreams.
Not your typical Vince Vaughn movie. Though he's certainly no stranger to dramatic roles, it's still always a bit of a surprise to see him in this type of film. One thing to note, however, is that the description on the back cover really misrepresents the film. Yes, there is something of a love triangle between Vaughn's character and the two women in his life, but the main focus of the film is on his relationship with his young son.
Rated PG-13 (MPAA)
1998 (Year Of Release)