P.S. I Love You (12A)

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P.S. I Love You
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Reviewer dayzee
28/08/2010
Am only giving this a 3* because Gerard Butler is in the film but got to admit the book was heaps better
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Reviewer msmakeup
02/03/2008
Personally i loved this film :D
and if you want a real scence of what this film is like you should get a woman to write it, as matthew turner is infact a man who, obviously isn't in touch with his feelings at all!. It made me cry all the way through and it made me laugh. what else would a woman want from a film than to be, happy, sad, cheerful and altogether amazed. and also you get to witness a mad hillary swank fall off a stage attempting to be sexy haha :D

All in all an amazing film !! x
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Reviewer Anonymous
11/01/2008
I dont think that film was that bad, I founded nice althrough I should really take issues to the cinema:)
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Reviewer Anonymous
09/01/2008
ok i have to admit this made me cry so it gets an extra star for that... i am not a machine after all! but otherwise it was really bad, overly soppy!
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