The Bucket List (12A)

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Reviewer Bigger D
28/02/2008
An excellent film. Especially if you like watching people on the verge of death. No, seriously: it was an excellent, and indeed heart-rending film about the final days of two individuals from very different backgrounds. I thoroughly recommend it. You shant be disappointed.

Yours truly,
The One and Only
Bigger D

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Reviewer Anonymous
13/02/2008
I totally disagree with this review - The Bucket List is a touching, heartfelt story that manages to turn the painful topic of cancer into a heartwarming story about living life to the full. Nicholson and Freeman are excellent and their chemistry is evident. How anyone can give a film with two movie Gods a 2 star rating it beyond me.

Ignore this review and check it out for yourself. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments and lots of tearjerking ones, too.
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