Lunchtime Movie Review

Seems Like Old Times (1980)

Episode #224

Columbia Pictures released Seems Like Old Times on December 19, 1980. Jay Sandrich directed the film starring Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase, and Charles Grodin.

‘Seems Like Old Times’ 30-Second Summary

In this film by Neil Simon, Nick Gardenia is a struggling writer who is kidnapped by two men who force him to rob a bank. After the robbery, the kidnappers throw Nick out of a moving car and leave him no where else to turn but his ex-wife, attorney Glenda Parks. Glenda is shocked to find Nick in her home and works to keep him hidden from her current husband, district attorney Ira Parks. Eventually, Glenda will have to choose between the two men that she loves.

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Columbia Pictures released Seems Like Old Times on December 19, 1980. Jay Sandrich directed the film starring Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase, and Charles Grodin.

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