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P.S. I Love You’


Hilary Swank finally lets loose in this adaptation of the Cecelia Ahern novel in which a young widow embarks on a healing journey at the behest of her late husband, who left her a string of instructive letters. The film veers into cliché and will tear-jerk the hell out of you, but it’s helped immeasurably by funny dialogue and good performances (Harry Connick Jr.’s horsey bartender is the opposite of the southern charmer you’d expect).

Directed by Richard Lagravenese.
Warner Bros. PG-13.


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