28 Days (2000) PG-13
Sandra Bullock could not do a better job as she portrays a young party girl with big problems. Besides her empowering boyfriend, her other problem is alcohol. When she crashes her sister’s rented wedding limo into the front porch of a lovely house, she lands in rehab. And the fun begins. At first she fiercely denies her problem, but eventually becomes involved with other struggling addicts. Humor and a touch of pathos make this movie memorable.
Read reviews from Entertainment Weekly and Roger Ebert. Check out a feature article about Bullock and press junkets in The Austin Chronicle.