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This movie was incredible... very moving & emotional... if this doesn't get in you in your feelings then I don't know what to say. And Amanda Peet was phenomenal as Phoenix.
Heartwrenchingly beautiful. Too sad to watch a second time, though.
This movie tries to be upbeat but it's just depressing. There is no positive outcome. You know how it will end. I watched it because I like Dermot Mulroney.
Great film that flows. Love Amanda Peet and Dermot Mulroney together.
WOW! This movie was incredible and indeed a very inspirational movie that teaches people to appreciate love and life itself?. I cant believe this movie never came to the theaters!
Gentle and touching movie.
C. Griffin and Phoenix is charming, but mainly forgettable, thanks to its bad , cliched, and unoriginal script.
História comovente, com sweet moments :)
A lovely heartwarming story, so sweet!
This movie was pretty bad. I had some high hopes for it after reading a bunch of reviews and given that Peet is in it I thought hey it might not be too bad, boy was I wrong. There was zero chemistry between the two leads who spent 90% of the film kissing each other and 10% of the film dying and/or being sickly looking. I didn't believe the character's relationship - it wasn't developed enough and even though I love romance movies and how unrealistic they can be, this really had no grounding in reality like when she breaks out of the hospital I mean she's on death's door then she just gets up and walks out? Come on people! :) Anyway I can see from other people's reviews I'm a minority here but if I'm going to watch soppy romance movies there are certain benchmarks that must be met and none of them were with this film.