REVIEW: P.S. I LOVE YOU
Buy a new outfit. Be a disco
diva. Learn to fish. Take a chance. Travel. Laugh. Love.
Sometimes all you need to start really living is a little
shove in the right direction and that's just what Holly
Kennedy gets. From the handsome, big-hearted love of her
life. From a series of mysterious letters. And from gal pals
who know that a friend in need is a friend in need of some
laughs! Based on Cecelia Ahern's joyful bestseller and
boasting a top cast led by two-time Academy Award® winner*
Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler (300), P.S. I Love You is
your very own message full of fun, love, triumph and
romance. Open it now. (P.S. You'll love it!)
REVIEW: This movie
is a definite tear jerker; it captures the audience and
gives them a yoyo ride of emotions. Every time I thought
something pleasant was about to happen to Holly Kennedy
(Hilary Swank) I was stunned with something sad. On another
note, when I felt something bad was going to happen I was
comforted with a laugh. Holly and Gerry (Gerald Butler) did
an amazing job at playing husband and wife. I could easily
connect with the characters and put myself in their shoes.
It’s amazing how when you truly love somebody you will do
just about anything for the other person. Gerry shows us
just that by sending Holly messages even after his death.
Hilary and Gerald did an outstanding job with their roles.
Kathy Bates pretty much plays the butch mom and played it
well. Denise (Lisa Kudrow) did a fine job however I feel
this part should have been cast differently. I couldn’t get
Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) from the sitcom Friends out of my mind
during the entire movie. Likewise with Danniel (Harry
Connick Jr.), although he did a decent job of acting I
probably would have selected a different unknown actor.
The story was excellent and very well written. I did not
lose interest in the movie for one second. "P.S. I Love You"
is a must see for the romantic. However, don’t forget to
take your Kleenex with you because you will need them.
Review By Mike
Spanish and French
5.1 (Dolby Digital).
Subtitles - English Spanish - Optional
James Blunt Music Video: Song "Same Mistake"
A Conversation with
Cecilia Ahern (Author of P.S. I Love You): Cecilia
Ahem talks about how she became a writer , how she wrote the
book and How the book became a film (7:31)
About 8 additional scenes compacted in one selection, all
worth watching. The only disappointment with these scenes is
that there is not option to selected a particular scene
The Name of the Game is
Snaps: This is like a commercial of the game that
they play in the movie. (4:48)
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