Hannah Free affords a terrific role for Sharon Gless.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
A beautiful but stiltedly put-together tale of two women who love.
| Original Score: 3/4
What Hannah Free offers are Gless' sass and good intentions. Achieving crossover business, even within the specialty film world, requires more.
| Original Score: 1/5
Hannah Free is a tear-jerker about longtime lesbian lovers languishing in the same Michigan nursing home.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
It might be OK some early morning on an obscure cable network. But that's it.
| Original Score: 1/4
Gray-haired Gless grouches with embarrassing abandon while chatting with the young ghost of her soulmate and befriending a mysterious girl (Jackson).
Good intentions don't matter when everything else is so incompetent.
Sharon Gless...gives a fine performance, but this is an otherwise schmaltzy movie that is hard to swallow.
| Original Score: C
Decent production values can't fend off the feeling that the pic should have been consigned, if not to the stage, then to the smallscreen.
Hannah Free is as predictable as a Hallmark Channel movie, although there's undeniable pleasure to be had from watching Gless mumble and grumble and generally chew the scenery. Cagney lives, and she's as cranky as ever.