Directed by Jim Kouf
From Jim Kouf, the writer of Stakeout, Up the Creek, Rush Hour and The Hidden comes this action-filled romantic comedy about a married couple on the run. Jean (Teri Garr, Mr. Mom) and Roger (Tom Conti, American Dreamer) decide to divorce after 10 years, but 12 hours later, they’re together again by accident. Their cars collide swerving to miss Juan, the jaywalking jewel thief (Paul Rodriguez, Born in East L.A.) who decides to cash in on the crash. The ex-couple are kidnapped, shot at, cast adrift, mistaken for smugglers and even survive a plane crash. But the toughest torture these two endure is being trapped together. Miracles is a frantic flurry of hilarious and miraculous mishaps stylishly directed by Jim Kouf (Gang Related), making his directorial debut. Co-starring Christopher Lloyd (Camp Nowhere) and Charles Rocket (Delirious).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Jim Kouf and Associate Producer Lynn Kouf
Original Theatrical Trailer
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