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P.S. I Love You
His life ended. Now, a new one will begin.
A young widow discovers that her late husband has left her 10 messages intended to help ease her pain and start a new life.
It's like the romantic comedy version of Law Abiding Citizen
They both star Gerard Butler.
He must be some kind of strategic mastermind in real life.
I'm feeling bad again cause of two things:
- this film is based in one of my favourite books and the director can kill all the book sense.
- this film have one of my favourite
actresses and she really deserve better that a film that doesn't respect the book it was based.
I'm still wondering how Cecelia Ahern allowed this happen :(.
Bring enough tissues to last a couple of hours (no, not in that way), ok - press play
I have to admit I am suprised I actually enjoyed this film and found it very touching. I did not expect much from this movie as I thought it was miscast. I didnt expect the 300 actor Gerard Butler would fit in a romantic comedy but I found his character very enjoyable with a morbid sense of humor, literally. So I admit that I found the characters very loveable and believable. Hillary Swank and Gerard Butler both have good chemistry together and this film played out nicely as I found it different from other chick flicks. P.S. is a very enjoyable and warm film which I recomend.
It's impressive that in a film with two Irish romantic leads, neither one of them is played by an Irishman.
Also they both sing, and Harry Connick Jr. doesn't.
This is a great romance that doesn't turn your stomach or fall to clichés. It's heartfelt, it's original, and it's deeply engaging. Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler have a lovely chemistry together which makes the premise of this film truly heartbreaking. With a great supporting cast too and a beautiful soundtrack, it hits a nerve every time.
P.S. (See what I did there?) I wish Gerard Butler was actually Irish.
I'm not afraid to admit it; this film turns me into a mushy pile of goo.
Watching it fills me with good feelings all around. And makes me cry like a bitch.
But I don't mind that at all.
I wholeheartedly find this film truly wonderful.
I just love it to death (pun intended).
Wasn't my choice of viewing material, chalk it up to maintaining the illusion of democracy within my relationship. One click flick a month keeps me golden.
Anyway, the film is pretty deplorable really; failing to meet even my low expectations.
A novel narrative structure, if one doesn't think too deeply on the films premise, though it is wasted by a directorial preponderance to ramp up melodrama.
Gerard Butler can not do an Irish accent at all. Hilary Swank seems better suited to heavier fare than this; rom-coms are perhaps not her forte, which is in no way an insult.
It's interesting to note that this film came out the same year as Zack Snyder's '300', in that Gerard Butler must have been carrying at least 10 extra kilos of Spartan muscle for that film compared to 'P.S...'.
That may be the one enduring point to take from this film: Gerard Butler knows how to gain mass on the turbo.
It was a really cute and different movie.
Surprising, but never reaches its full potential.
I remembered this movie to be a lot better than it actually was. Maybe it's because my taste is developing... However, I still enjoyed the movie, just not as much as I used to.
I have to admit that it is a better movie adaptation that I thought it was, although there were some major changes that made the movie better.
While the storyline is interesting, the characters lack complexity. The movie is full of clichés, and that starts with the characters. However, I think Holly has been handled gracefully and seeing her characters development was great. Other characters, such as Daniel, Denise and Holly's mother, could have used a bit more work.
But in the end it's the story that made me enjoy this movie, and the relationship that share the main characters. There are a couple of things that made me smile and I'm glad that the movie was able to do that.
After reading the Book P.S.I Love you by cecelia Ahern i was completely moved and loved this book and it was one of the favourite books of my collection
No idea how many times I'm emotional while reading this book..
No matter why this book is so close to my heart as..
I Lost my beloved person whom i love deeply and truly which hurts me like hell, as I'm passing the hardest time in the memory of her beautiful smile..
so it get connected to me well and it makes me emotional
After reading the book i am eager to watch this movie and to my surprise I am completely feels disappointed with the way it was filmed..
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It's interesting that Harry Connick Jr's character is not in the original novel, yet is the most engaging person in the film.
Eu apenas amo esse filme, só isso!!!
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