29 Most Memorable Goldie Hawn Movies Ranked Worst To Best
Hawn didn’t get many chances to show off her serious side, and when she did, it was often in ill-conceived star vehicles like “CrissCross.” Set in Key West in 1969, it centers on a divorced mom (Hawn) who takes great pains to raise her 12-year-old son (David Arnott) after her Vietnam veteran husband (Keith Carradine) returns home suffering severe PTSD.
Hawn takes up stripping to make ends meet, while her son takes an odd job transporting freshly caught fish, which has unexpected consequences. Considering it’s directed by Oscar-winning cinematographer Chris Menges (“The Mission,” “The Killing Fields”), the movie at least looks good. But that’s about all the praise you can give it.