Predictable, but watchable on a wet evening.
Karen from Donegal, 10 Apr 2007
Fab scenery, including the ageing, but still rugged and hunky Robert Redford, the beautiful J Lo and the ever reliable, "token black", Morgan Freeman and mountains!
Unfortunately the script doesn't do justice to the scenery and the movie falls into a predictable pattern of broken hearted, widow, recently abused by new beau,returning to her old safe harbour where she is given sanctury by her dead hubby's crusty old da, whose minding his mate whose been mauled by a bear and blah, blah, blah.
Mary from Cork, 15 Nov 2007
Hadn't heard anything about this movie and having seen it now don't understand why it isn't a lot more popular.Great actors who
work so well together hardly seems like they're acting at all.It shows there's good in the worst of us all and some times badness in the best of us. Everyone can get a lot of hope from this movie and there's no great harm in that.Delighted I chose this film and you will be too I'm sure
Beautiful story and country
Christine from Kerry, 10 Jun 2011
The story is an emotional one and i very much enjoy this kind of movie. Redford was ok, morgan freeman of course but jlo the abused girlfriend settling in the country? no not really she is not the actress to play a woman passed a lot - not her...but the movie was nice. Not the deepness of other movies that kind but nice and the country is so nice....
Mark from Dublin, 18 Apr 2007
I really enjoyed this movie the relationship between Morgan Freeman and Robert Redford's character was a particular highlight. JLo turns up as the eye candy and doesn't do a bad job at acting and the eye candy bit, all in all the best I have watched this month.
Ciaran from Dublin, 27 Feb 2007
A good movie about a woman returning to the home of her dead husbands father with a daughter in tow and how they all get on. Solid performances from Freeman and Redford with J-Lo also showing some good form. Stunning scenery also. Well worth a look.