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Jane Fonda said recently that "Book Club" was the most fun she's ever had making a movie. She was ostensibly talking about getting to know her cast mates – Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen – but may also have been referring to the wine.There is lots and lots of fine wine in "Book Club". All four women are fun, but allow us a special shout out to the wonderfully witty presence of Bergen, who makes something worthwhile of every line she's given.Vivian, Diane, Sharon and Carol are old friends, with a book club that's been meeting for 40 years. Diane (Keaton) is a widow, with adult daughters who worry about her to an absurd degree, and no love life.For Diane, who's afraid to fly, the romantic challenge comes from – who'd have thunk it?This is a fit, active, witty woman who looks like Diane Keaton!"Book Club" is currently screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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