Overall Rank: 6665
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 38
Theatrical Release Date: 04/04/2008
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 07/01/2008
Genre: Drama, Romance
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Kar Wai Wong
Actors: Jude Law, David Strathairn, Natalie Portman, Norah Jones, Rachel Weisz, Benjamin Kanes
Plot: Dumped by her boyfriend, a young woman (Norah Jones) sets off on a cross-country journey of self-discovery. As she travels, she sends postcards back to the pie shop clerk (Jude Law) who tried to comfort her. -- Filmhog
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tscha1906 - wrote on 07/15/2011
i dont get what jude law doing in this movie. go to the hell this is crap works. you can make something much better than this such as an awsome sherlock holmes.
GGauthier - wrote on 08/18/2009
WKW... Ive seen all of his films and I can say this one has his signature, but, i do believe that norah Jones was a very great misscast. For momments I wish Rachel weisz had been the leading actress. That's the only minus. The story isnt that strong as others (Say, in the mood for love or Chunking express) but delivers. I think its a good intro to WKW for western and mainstream audiences. If you liked it, at least, keep looking for the rest of his filmography.
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Ghost Seed - wrote on 10/23/2008
I had been told that this film is a waste of time, but Natalie Portman is yummy in my opinion, and since blueberries are equally as yummy, how could I go wrong?
I felt that I owed it to my tongue/taste buds to try it.
And Indeed, it is a film filled beginning to end, with rich, flavorful, cinematography-wise splendor. These onscreen dessert-like delights include the presence Portman, who is one of the films brightest qualities. Like a slice of pie, her - along with a few other lush characteristics, require a glass of milk while taking them in. The performances of Jude Law & Rachel Weisz (though not at her best) could be included, as well as those gorgeous colors and artistic camera angles.
Credit must also be given for including Chan Marshall & her music in the movie. Her face …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 09/04/2008
I liked the hyper-stylized, soul-searching, romantic tone of this movie. It was interesting for me to watch Norah Jones’ character change over the course of the film from the things she learned on the road. I agree with most people when they said that Jones’ acting is a bit amateurish but as the movie goes on, I got used to it so it’s more than forgiven. The weakness of the film lies in the second act when Jones meets Rachel Weisz’s husband. The film got really slow and that particular storyline was somewhat unnecessary. Things quickly picked up when Natalie Portman appeared on screen. She was quirky and unpredictable, which served to be the foil of Norah Jones’ character. I feel like Jones learned a lot from Portman when it comes to trusting people. Strangely enough, I thought …
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