At Middleton

Synopsis: Two parents fall in love over the course of a single day while playing hooky from their children's college tour.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Adam Rodgers
Production: Anchor Bay and Freestyle Releasing
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min

so you're gonna be pretty impressed.

Okay? Just remember,

don't smudge the glass.

It's the hospital.

I'll see you in the library.

- All right.

- And wipe those boots before entering.

Come on, you rascals.

We're having fun.

We're having fun.

Say it.

Hello. Yes. Dr. Hartman.

Yes. Hello?

Yes, Dr. Ha... hello? Hello?


One of those, please.

Make it two.

I hear they keep the doctor away.

I talked... doctor...

but... when... George, are you...

The connection... George?

George? Hey.

George, are you the...?

Can't hear... you there?

George, I'm dying. Help me.

Larry, are you there? Larry.

- George, you still there?

- Yeah, I got you.

- George?

- Listen, Larry,

there's nothing to

worry about, okay?

You're in good hands.

I need you to relax.

Call me anytime, all right?

Larry? Larry?

These things are so feckless,

don't you think?

Excuse me?

These tours.

- Feckless?

- Mm-hmm.

Let me guess... you're a

high school English teacher.

Wrong. How about you?

Wait, let me guess. Let me guess.

Are you a Brooks Brothers model?

I'm a cardiac surgeon.

I was speaking with a patient.

Mm, so you can fix a heart

over the phone?

Depends on the data plan.

Well, is he gonna make it?

I'm not sure.


George Hartman.



Heart man?

Oh, yes. Well, what can I say?

I like things neat.

I'm Edith Martin.

Edith? Oh.

Oh, I know, I know, but

it's gonna make a comeback.

Just wait and see.

Excuse me.

Do you know where

the Pope Library is?


It's the building next to the

building behind that building.

So next to the thing?


43 grand a year and that's

the best they can do?

You made your boy put on

that tie, didn't you?

You mean the waste of a tie.

Well, it's obvious he

doesn't want to wear it.

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