P.S. I Love You


I just got done watching this movie and I can honestly say that I have never cried this much in a VERY LONG time! I really liked this movie, I had read the book shortly after the movie was put out in theaters and really enjoyed it so I thought why not add it to my DVD collection?

I think that all the characters in this movie did a phenominal job. Granted this is a movie but you can really tell how much Gerry Kennedy loved his wife and how badly he wanted her to “learn” how to live again after losing him.

If you haven’t seen it I recommend it. But to be on the safe side consider a box of kleenex also!

Jamie

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7 Responses

  1. OMG….I loved the book, I cried when I read it, I can’t wait to see the movie. Is it as good as The Notebook? If so, I will have to add it to my DVD collection as well.

  2. Thanks for the warning about the movie. I almost watched it yesterday without my tissues.

  3. Dixiechick ~ Both movies are VERY good. I really think that P.S. I love you is going to bring a few more tears though….So I think it’s a tiny bit better than The Notebook in the emotion department.

    Treasia ~ No problem girl. I watched it without tissues and wish I had!

  4. I want to see this! I have not read the book. I usually prefer to do one or the other but not both, since they can be different. If it’s more sad than the Notebook, I’m done. Like, completely dehydrated.

  5. It’s sad but it’s in kind of a “good” way. I don’t want to say tooo much though….You have to see it!

  6. I haven’t seen it yet, but hopefully I will soon. Anything with Gerard Butler is A-okay in my book!

  7. Don’t forget your kleenex’s! You’ll need ’em!

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