Almost as great as the Taylor Swift song that graces the soundtrack for 30 seconds of the movie. Great couple years of romantic story telling in European locales before Nicholas Sparks took over full time. Great date movie back in the day. Especially a date who speaks Italian. 👍🏻 Bellissima!
Oh… she rebuilds the house while also rebuilding herself! I get it now.
One of those pleasant surprises you find surfing through a pile of movies that happens to enter your life at just the right moment, and hit your emotions in just the right spot.
A heartfelt tale of a writer rebuilding her life in the beautiful landscape of Tuscany. Making friends and building a life all while learning who she is as a person and what is really important to her in the process. Very well done sleeper hit. Diane lane really knocks it out of the park with this one.
Good lord… that got weird. Just when you think it can’t get any worse or lower the bar any further, it happens. Cat people, man… the lunacy of the exotic animal trade/polygamy world is on full display for all parts of this documentary.
Lessons learned :
1. Don’t hire a hit man to hire a hit man to kill your business nemesis.
2. Much like Ron Burgundy reads anything on the teleprompter, a tiger will eat anything covered in sardine oil.
3. A jet ski slow-mo entrance set to “eye of the tiger” can make even the biggest doofus look badass.
I’m biased. This one gets one big Smoley Oley from this critic. One of my first favorite movies, with my first crush (Darla), before I made it to Kindergarten and met the real life one.
This story of brotherhood, youth, and overcoming adversity with the help of your pals is what makes it truly timeless. So many classic lines, so many great performances. All time greatness put to film. Throw it back to the nice guy getting the girl, and winning the race by a hair.
Ah… a return to the old fashioned parallel stories that happen decades apart model. A welcomed return of an ageless relic. A touching story that really tugs at the heartstrings. (Thang God at least one sappy movie came out this week) The R&B during the intimate moments did bring me back to watching “The Room,” which was a nice chuckle before getting my heart ripped out again 5 minutes later. Hit a lot harder than expected and turned out to be a really well crafted story of romance, regret, and reminiscing.