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I may have fallen in love with Mary Steenbergen but i really enjoyed this film. Kevin Kline was amazing and this movie made me want to go to CA. Mary has the best ass of all times...
Divorced, recently fired and rapidly becoming estranged from his son, George makes good on his life long dream: build himself the oceanview house of his dreams!
The various aspects of life, good and bad, are for us to witness.
Well performed and a good story!
An unappreciated gem with realistic portrayals from it's trio of capable performers, 'Life As A House' is a sad but heartwarming story boosted by a resonant score and beautiful locale.
I loved this film, which was warm, funny and poignant all at once. The cast was outstanding, especially Hayden Christenson, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for this part, which he deserved! As usual, I differ from the critics in my opinion, and the audience score agrees with me, not them!
A promising movie with excellent perfomances from the actors
3.5/.5.0 stars - Grade: B
"Life as a House" is a sappy and melodramatic film that tries too hard to get its audiences to shed tears, but the strong performances from its cast are impressive.
Haven't watched in a long time. Cried like a baby!
This movie hits your emotions in so many ways. It is such a goid movie that will stir your soul.
"Son: How do you become something you're not?
Father: What do you want to become?
Son: What I'm not.
Father: What are you now?
Son: I'm nothing."