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Fran

Fantastic movie!

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Patricia

I really enjoyed this movie. Just a heart warming little break.

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Fritz

One to be watched

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Krysia

Loved this movie, loved Al Pacino, a master of his art. The rest of the cast was wonderful, loved Annette, especially.

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rebecca

I love this movie.
John Lennon and I share the same BDay lol

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Wesley

Based on a true story: is it Neil Diamond? The opening show song sure sounded like one of his.

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Wesley

I'm only halfway through this delightful movie, and already it's the best I've watched in years. Absolutely my kind of movie, about flawed people discovering how to become better and kinder.

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Alan

Annette Bening is having a fantastic second act.

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Leo

What a great movie! Pacino is impeccable.

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Ressie

I love that Al Pacino continues to make movies with great storylines, good dialogue and warm performances. Have loved him since the first time I laid eyes on him.

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Judith

Good

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susan

I'm a big fan of Bobby Cannevale. To see him as Pacino's son was just perfect. Dan Fogelman has a big heart and this is a big-hearted movie. I loved it. The ending is golden.

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Jeff

That was really nice.

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PJ

While not one of Al's most memorable roles (no one will ever confuse it with Dog Day Afternoon or GF2) an enjoyable, if somewhat predictable, film. And a helluva good soundtrack...I think John passed the audition after all..

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Wesley

If real life is "predictable", then at 71 years old, I completely missed out on a "predictable" life. And thus, this film is not "predictable". Who lives a life like this? You? (As you can tell, I really get tired of amateur film critics - and real film critics - using the word "predictable" ...Read more

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Alan

In fairness, when people say a film is predictable they are saying they've seen the themes, moral, or story in broad outline, before. Here a selfish person learns the value of generosity, just like Scrooge and the Grinch before him. Hollywood trades in this sort of familiarity, wrapping a ...Read more