Reviews

  • Dann M Super Reviewer
    Aug 11, 2017

    Danielle Steel's bestselling romance novel No Greater Love is turned into an NBC television movie. Kelly Rutherford leads the cast as Edwina Winfield, a young lady who loses her parents and fiancée in the Titanic sinking and is left to raise her three younger siblings on her own. The script is extremely economical and fast paced; as if it were skimming the book, briefly touching on all of the major highlights. There's also very little character development, and the actors don't bring much to their roles. Additionally, the TV budget shows in the rather rudimentary sets and costumes. Still, while it doesn't capture the ambitious vision of Danielle Steel's book, No Greater Love has an interesting story to tell about love and sacrifice.

    Danielle Steel's bestselling romance novel No Greater Love is turned into an NBC television movie. Kelly Rutherford leads the cast as Edwina Winfield, a young lady who loses her parents and fiancée in the Titanic sinking and is left to raise her three younger siblings on her own. The script is extremely economical and fast paced; as if it were skimming the book, briefly touching on all of the major highlights. There's also very little character development, and the actors don't bring much to their roles. Additionally, the TV budget shows in the rather rudimentary sets and costumes. Still, while it doesn't capture the ambitious vision of Danielle Steel's book, No Greater Love has an interesting story to tell about love and sacrifice.

  • Aug 18, 2010

    Not bad. But not that great either. Movie focuses on the character Edwina who had to raise her siblings on her own when their parents died in the Titanic.

    Not bad. But not that great either. Movie focuses on the character Edwina who had to raise her siblings on her own when their parents died in the Titanic.