Truly Madly Deeply Reviews

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March 18, 2008
Like Ghost, only British and better.
March 18, 2008
This is a beguiling film in more ways than one.
March 18, 2008
This sharply scripted study of a bereaved woman who literally wishes her partner back from the grave is an impressive directorial bow by British playwright Anthony Minghella.
May 26, 2006
A wonderful, bittersweet little romantic comedy.
July 16, 2005
May 13, 2005
off-beat and involving
October 8, 2004
May 29, 2004
January 18, 2004
A truly, madly, deeply romantic film.
December 4, 2003
Odd, effective little comedy fantasy anchored by leads.
August 22, 2003
February 17, 2003
January 3, 2003
Deeply moving film that only underscores the tragedy of continually casting Rickman as a villain.
September 18, 2002
August 8, 2002
July 30, 2002
July 29, 2002
"a slightly cerebral 'Ghost' for the art-house crowd"
January 10, 2002
Juliet Stevenson gives a heartfelt performance as an English woman who travels to the far country of grief and almost doesn't make it back.
May 12, 2001
Minghella lays on the whimsy a bit thick at times, but his wryly funny and heartfelt observations on sorrow go down much easier than the Hollywood brand of lump-in-the-throat histrionics.
January 1, 2000
In a brave directorial debut, Anthony Minghella appears to be trying to unfold the fact that rose-tinted memories of love are often more enthralling that the reality.
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