To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday

1996

Drama / Fantasy / Romance

101
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 4,524

Synopsis


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Cast

Claire Danes as Beth March
Freddie Prinze Jr. as Joey Bost
Michelle Pfeiffer as Gillian Lewis
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850.71 MB
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
93 min
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
93 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jule714 10 / 10 / 10

Excellent, Unusual Movie for Deep People NOT Action JUNKIES

This was one of my favorite movies ever. I watched it once and was curiously confused by the twists and uncertainties in the plot. Then I watched it again and I cried more than I have ever cried in my life. I quietly bawled, tears flowing, through the entire movie. I have recommended it to many people as a great movie, but I don't know of anyone who has seen it. I think I will go look online and see if I can buy it. It is deep, deep, deep, especially for people with mental illness in their family, or let's say emotional illness in our society. Powerful lessons are taught about love and caring for our children. People need lessons on how to love, value, and treat each other selflessly. Most of us spend so much energy, research and resources on technological and financial advancement and so little on human concerns and relationship development. Commentators are complaining that the husband is fantasizing about an idealized wife, but we actually don't have to settle for poor quality relationships. We can learn to value, nurture, support each other and be real.

Reviewed by merrill222 8 / 10 / 10

Well Done Movie!

Many people have losses that are very hard to deal with, and they must "Let-Go" on their own time and in their own way after processing. I think this movie was well done. I believe that many of us who have lost either a spouse, parent, sibling, etc ... have kept in contact in some way in our heart, soul and mind. Here is to Dave and Gillian, and a very good screenplay!

Reviewed by adorable-3 8 / 10 / 10

An emotional movie worth buying..

This is one of the movies I'd buy to keep in my collection. Not only does it have a strong cast that meshes well together, but the story lingers on the emotional moments long enough for you to savor them and to enjoy the effect of transporting you into their world. It's not a sappy movie that's cliched, but rather one that deals with the emotions of letting go of the past and those left behind. Claire does play this movie well, and if it were another actress in her shoes, it would have a much different flavor and feel. I'd say it's one of her better movies she's starred in after My So Called Life, and worth buying just for her alone. (I'd rate it above Claire's others like Polish Wedding, I Love You, I Love You Not, and Brokedown Palace.) Overall, it's a well-balanced movie that delivers a surprise that's not expected by the bland title alone, and while not an awesome movie of the highest caliber, it is certainly a movie that deserves a viewing.

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