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Untamed Heart

Untamed Heart ★★½ 1993 (PG-13)

Adam (Slater), the painfully shy busboy with a heart condition, loves Caroline (Tomei), the bubbly waitress, from afar. She doesn't notice him until he saves her from some would-be rapists and their love blooms in the coffee shop where they both work. Tomei and Slater are both strong in the leads and Perez, as Caroline's best buddy Cindy, hurls comic barbs with ease. Charmingly familiar surroundings help set this formulaic romance apart. Filmed on location in Minneapolis. 102m/C VHS, DVD . Christian Slater, Marisa Tomei, Rosie Perez, Kyle Secor, Willie Garson; D: Tony Bill; W: Tom Sierchio; C: Jost Vacano; M: Cliff Eidelman. MTV Movie Awards ‘93: Most Desirable Male (Slater), Kiss (Christian Slater/Marisa Tomei).

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