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PS I Love You (Blu-ray)

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Buy a new outfit. Be a disco diva. Learn to fish. Take a chance. Travel. Laugh. Love. Sometimes all you need to start really living is a little shove in the right direction -- and that's just what Holly Kennedy gets. From the handsome, big-hearted love of her life. From a series of mysterious letters. And from gal pals who know that a friend in need is a friend in need of some laughs! Based on Cecelia Ahern's joyful bestseller and boasting a top cast led by two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank (Boys Don't Cry, Million Dollar Baby) and Gerard Butler (The Phantom of the Opera, 300), P.S. I Love You is your very own message full of fun, love, triumph and romance. Open it now. (P.S. You'll love it!)


Studio Warner
SKU 207539021
UPC 883929015023
UPC 14 00883929015023
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 5/6/2008
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Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.85:1
Name Swank,Hilary
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Cast & Crew
Broderick Johnson - Producer
Cecelia Ahern - Based On Novel By
David Moritz - Editor
Doug Huszti - Art Director
Gerard Butler - Actor
Gina Gershon - Actor
Harry Connick, Jr. - Actor
Hilary Swank - Actor
James Marsters - Actor
John Powell - Original Music By
Kathy Bates - Actor
Lisa Kudrow - Actor
Lisa Zupan - Executive Producer
Nellie McKay - Actor
Richard LaGravenese - Director
Richard LaGravenese - Screenplay
Shepherd Frankel - Production Designer
Steven Rogers - Screenplay
Terry Stacey - Cinematographer
Wendy Finerman - Producer
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review If you want an insightful movie about the grieving process, check out Grace Is Gone, which explores how a suddenly single father must cope not only with the loss of his wife but must face telling his daughters that their mother is not coming home. Grace Is Gone is sincere and touching; P.S. I Love You is the cinematic equivalent of a Celine Dion song. Since there are plenty of people who love Dion's sappy, whiny warbling, there will no doubt be a sizable audience that will fall for the treacle dished out by P.S. I Love You. Aside from the inept August Rush, there probably isn't a more clumsily manipulative motion picture out there this holiday season than P.S. I Love You...I began this review by mentioning Grace Is Gone, and the comparison is entirely reasonable. Both movies want the same thing: to explore how a character overcomes grief and what exists on the other side of that barrier. For a variety of reasons, the less ambitious Grace Is Gone succeeds in touching viewers in deeper places than P.S. I Love You's inadequate fumblings can reach. Grief is a long, painful process that isn't best served by the kind of overwrought melodrama that P.S. I Love You offers, especially when you consider that this is ultimately supposed to be a "feel good" motion picture.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 6
ReviewSource The Village Voice
Review This isn't the first time that Richard LaGravenese, the gifted writer of A Little Princess and The Fisher King and writer-director of the lovely Living Out Loud, has gone bestseller slumming. His screenplay for The Bridges of Madison County was good enough to persuade a dispiriting number of respected critics that a movie was worth making out of that dreadful piece of pulp. Nothing, however, could redeem the chipper folk wisdom of P.S. I Love You, the first novel (for want of a better word) of Cecelia Ahern, a twenty-something Irish "writer" whose chief literary asset is a sharp eye for the winning romantic formula. Hilary Swank, who was not put in this world to simper, does little else as a young wife whose twinkly leprechaun of an Irish husband (Gerard Butler, who's Scottish, but never mind) has died, leaving her to mope around in lacy black underwear, do her nails, and lean on Mom (Kathy Bates) and the usual wisecracking friends (Lisa Kudrow and Gina Gershon)...LaGravenese has sliced away the worst of Ahern's excruciating prose, but that proves a negative virtue. With "She longed for the couch to hold out its arms to her" out of the way, there's little left to dance to but the old stages-of-grief two-step, and some blessedly irreverent noodling with Harry Connick Jr.
Reviewer Ella Taylor
ReviewRating 5
ReviewSource Variety
Review The question of love after death has been asked frequently enough in the movies, but seldom with the high ick factor found in "P.S. I Love You." "Ghost" with a brogue, "The Notebook" without the burden of old people, this post-life comedy will have the sentimentally challenged weeping openly, while clutching desperately to the pants-legs of boyfriends and husbands who are trying to flee up the aisle. Richard LaGravenese's trip into Lifetime territory may define the guilty pleasure of the genre...In the film's long, long pre-credits opening, Gerry (Gerard Butler) performs a striptease as LaGravenese sets up his near-perfect marriage to Holly (Hilary Swank) that is about to be sabotaged by Gerry's yet-to-be-diagnosed brain tumor...The idea of an ostensibly liberated woman living in Manhattan (despite having no visible means of support) and being dictated to by her late spouse may seem incongruous to some, and offensive to others. But to still others, it will spell a romantic ideal, embodied in a dead guy who cared enough to plan an entire year of his widow's life, replete with a trip to Ireland and a push toward new romantic horizons...As an exercise in chick-flickery, "P.S. I Love You" wants to possess the soulfulness of harsh reality and the lilt of romantic fantasy at the same time. In this case, at least, it simply can't be done.
Reviewer John Anderson
ReviewRating 5
Product Attributes
Video Format Blu-Ray
Manohla Dargis, The New York Times Ms. Swank's ardent sincerity and naked emotionalism dovetail nicely with Mr. LaGravenese's melodramatic excesses.
William Arnold, Seattle Post-Intelligencer ...a teary, unabashedly sappy, romantic comedy...
Scott Tobias, The Onion A.V. Club ...LaGravenese brings some intelligence and maturity to a genre that sorely needs it...

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