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The Grand Seduction can't quite live up to the classic dramedies it seems to consciously evoke, but ambles sweetly enough to charm viewers in its own right.
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one of those nice stories that has great characters and a great setting. it's funny that a film with two great actors failed to find a bigger audience besides the opinionated critics. They clearly missed the boat on this one. underrated and enjoyable film
One of the most enjoyable and heartfelt movies of the year. A touching, sweet, charming and very funny film. It's ground-breaking and comforting fun from start to finish. A beautiful movie filled with great characters, a gorgeous landscape and lots of love to go around. One of Canada's best imports in sometime. A blissful and engaging comedy that will have you laughing and loving every minute of it. The cast is brilliant. Taylor Kitsch and Brendan Gleeson are magnificent, they have wonderful chemistry together. Gordon Pinsent is a hoot. Director, Don McKellar crafts a wonderfully compelling and well-characterized movie. A great time no questions asked. I loved it.
How is it possible that I saw this on DVD before I saw it in a theater yesterday? the mysteries of distribution. WONDERFUL movie. I can't imagine anyone not loving it.
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