Sweet Talker

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A sweet-talking con man starts to turn his life around when he falls in love in this family oriented comedy.  Harry Reynolds could talk the stripes off a zebra and the smile off a Cheshire cat. But this time he’s in over his head

ACTORS :  Bryan Brown, Karen Allen, Justin Rosniak

YEAR OF RELEASE :  1991

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Sweet Talker  con artist Harry Reynolds is released from prison armed with his partners research for a new scam. Harry heads for the dying town of Beachport near the coast of Australia where he cons the locals into investing big bucks into his scam (the recovery of an old ship and the building of a theme park). Complications arise when Harry falls for the local hotel owner Julie and her young son David.

Sweet Talker delivers on its promise of sweetness!

Sweet Talker  Harry (Bryan Brown)is just getting out of prison and was savvy enough to steal another inmate’s plan for making money. The scheme involves going to a smaller town on the ocean and talking up big plans to convert the area to an amusement park. People of the community then would invest their own money to benefit the economy and themselves. The con man says sayonara and makes off with the dough. Harry finds what he feels is the perfect village to dupe. However, the boarding house he takes residence in has an attractive female owner (Karen Allen) with a son but no husband. Can Harry conduct his business without any complications? This darling movie is such a joy. The relationship between Harry and the young son of the boarding house owner is nicely drawn. There are also funny locals, beautiful scenery, a nice romance, and good messages to experience. Sweet talk someone special into watching this film with you. You will laugh, tear-up, and sigh.

A warm and enjoyable romantic comedy

 
A lovely film that appears to have been quite overlooked. I had never heard of it before, but having just recently discovered it, this warm and funny movie is a diamond in the rough. The story is familiar, but well done, with beautiful location scenes and memorable characters. Karen Allen is radiant in this, and the film is worth watching even if only for her enjoyable romantic comedy turn. Bryan Brown is convincing as a the con man who just might be persuaded to change his stripes, and has great chemistry with both Allen and young Justin Rosniak, playing her son. Themes of love, redemption and family all factor into the story, making it suitable for family viewing. An enjoyable, if oft-overlooked film.

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