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Return to Me(2000)

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  • Return to Me

    • Robert Rutherford
    • 11/5/16

    This was a great movie for its genre. It's touching, romantic, comedic, sensitive, and filled with special moments that should bring a tear to any caring person's eye. The casting by Bonnie Hunt is flawless. This simple plot with a veteran cast works on all points and on all cylinders.The premise of someone losing his soul mate in an auto accident and her heart being transplanted into someone he later meets and falls in love with, but unbeknownst to him has had a heart transplant and who's heart, in itself wouldn't work, except for the excellent casting. Director Bonnie Hunt develops the characters, even the minor ones, so that they are real, caring people. The interplays makes you wish you were there with them, enjoying the moments.I'm only sorry I never saw this one on the big screen. It's filmed on location, which adds to the mystic and realism. This would be a great addition to any TCM film festival or "return to the big screen showing."If you haven't seen this film, do yourself a favor and watch it, uncut and commercial free. Movieplex occasionally has it without commercials.

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    • Jay
    • 5/29/09

    This is one of those movies I shouldn't have liked but did. As illogical as it is, the film has a lot of charm, warm performances, a nice mixture of romance, comedy and drama. Somehow director Bonnie Hunt makes it work.

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