Harry Connick Jr. acquits himself best of the lot. show more
The film, written (with Steven Rogers) and directed by Richard LaGravenese, is long and drags in places. But the chief problem is that "P.S." feels like a gimmick. show more
One of the most gifted dramatic actors working in movies today, Swank is stunningly ill suited for romantic comedy (or this one, anyway). show more
PS I Love You proves that most critics are clueless about what makes a movie a good viewing experience. Almost all of them hated PS I Love You, I loved it. One of the words that popped up in the reviews was schmaltzy. You bet it was, wonderfully so. Life is schmaltzy. Anyone who has lost someone they loved very much understands that, and also how hard it is to come out whole on the other side. This movie celebrated the tenacity of the human spirit, gave reassurance that there is life after the death of a loved one and reminded us that too often we forget our youthful dreams in the business of becoming \"adults\". Those of us who have been there, done that understand and appreciate this movie.
I founnd the movie surprisingly charming, and enjoyable. The acting was great. It's on cable...check it out.
This was the first movie I ever cried at. (My first Gerrard Butler movie)Their relationship was so believable. The actors did a great job of making the viewer feel their emotions. Thank you for such a gift Gerrard & Hillary! I am looking forward to viewing more of your movies.