Saturday, September 13, 2008

Need a good cry?

This movie will help.


"Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank), a young widow living in New York, has just lost her beloved husband Gerry (Gerard Butler) to a brain tumor. Inconsolable, Holly finds that Gerry left for her a series of letters to help cope with the grief. As months pass, Holly discovers new messages from Gerry encouraging her to go on living. And while Holly's friends fear the letters will mire her in the past, they, in fact, give her strength for the future."

Not that I needed the reminder, but this movie reminded me how uncertain life can be. After viewing, did some thinking. Added two things to my to do list. Hope - no plan - to work on them this week.

3 comments:

~Tammy said...

I went to the theatre twice to see this movie. Once with friends and the second time with Princess. The second time was almost worst than the first because I knew what was coming and I cried almost from the opening scene.

I scene near the end with the mother and daughter in regards to the father was killer to watch with Princess. I just wanted to hug her so much, but couldn't.

I love this movie so much I think I might have to buy it.

Kristin said...

I know if I went to see that right now I would totally lose it. I do want to see it eventually though.

Velda said...

My sister warned me about this movie. I think I need to watch it in private lol