Overall Rank: 6564
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 110
Theatrical Release Date: 12/21/2007
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/06/2008
Genre: Drama, Comedy
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Richard LaGravenese
Actors: Gerard Butler, Hilary Swank, Lisa Kudrow, Harry Connick Jr., Kathy Bates, Gina Gershon
Plot: After loving the man of her dreams a woman becomes a young widow to be surprised that her dead husband has left her fun things to do to help cope with his death.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 10/17/2013
A man and a women may fight and get angry over nothing,but deep inside they are showing they true feels to the world and they still love enough.
Rod - wrote on 05/27/2012
What I like about this movie is that it didn't force to have a "happy ending", but something legit and understandable resolution.
dukeakasmudge - wrote on 10/03/2011
After the guy died it just spoiled the movie for me so I turned it off
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Nerva - wrote on 01/20/2011
Decent concept here actually. The one hold up in this movie that I could not get past was I couldn't see a single reason why he was with her in the first place. While I really did enjoy the flash backs to when they met and while they were dating I didn't see a single thing that would make her the slightest bit interesting or worthy a trans continental love affair. One scene in particular when they first met Hillary Swank was so contrived and put together I just had to roll my eyes at it and it sucked me out of the reality and any emotion in the movie what so ever. Hillary Swank can do dark drama, it seems anything light hearted is far beyond her grasp. She completely lost this roll. In a movie that should have been full of emotion it fell terribly short. I blame the lack of connection …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 07/19/2008
I liked the film for many reasons but there is no reason for it to be more than two hours long. Its running time actually dragged the story down and I grew increasingly restless. I thought Hilary Swank did a good job as a grieving widow. Even though I'm used to watching her play tough women (and though she looks tough in this picture as well), she has many soft moments. Or maybe I just have a soft spot for Swank because I enjoy every movie she's in. Gerard Butler did a good job as well even though every time I see him, I imagine him yelling, "This... is... Sparta!" and then I couldn't help but laugh to myself. But my favourite is Kathy Bates' character because she's the most connected with reality. Even though she may sound kind of tough at times, I agreed with everything she said, …
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