P.S., I Love You review
Category: P.S. I Love You Reviews | Posted by: stagewomanjen
Article Date: December 17, 2007 | Publication: nymag.com | Author: Editor
Hilary Swank shines as the lonely, lost soul at the heart of this adaptation of the Cecelia Ahern novel, in which a grieving widow embarks on a healing journey at the behest of her late husband, who left her a string of instructive letters upon his death. An unapologetic tearjerker, the film lays on the sap at points, but is helped immeasurably by surprisingly clever dialogue and well-played, funny performances by the supporting cast (Lisa Kudrow and Harry Connick Jr. among them). Richard LaGravenese (The Fisher King) directs.