Watched Jun 26, 2012
Tim Sanders’s review:
Has some nice moments, despite being utterly conventional throughout (the usual b/romances and Pearl Jam plays during the closing credits). Even Angelica Huston wasn't very interesting. I realise the intent was to create a mostly light-hearted rom-com, but even so, the film could benefit from more exploration of the psychological or even physical effects of the illness, as well as letting Adam explore the nature of his own mortality in a lot more detail. Just not my kind of storytelling, I guess.
This felt like 500 Days Of Cancer.