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  • But there is one small problem, that is if you consider it a problem, he is 48 and she is only 22

    • by Killer MIller

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      I’ve been dying to see this movie and its good I did because it was well worth it. Very touching and heartfelt. Also very sad. A definite chick movie all will love!

      In the beginning, restaurateur Will Keane, played by Richard Gere, flirts with many women. Its obvious that he has some major women issues, probably something from a past relationship, although the

      movie doesn’t say. For most of the movie Will seems to be an immature, selfish, pig, which is typical of most men or at least the ones I meet. He does have pretty good taste in women considering he shows an interest in Charlotte, played by Wynona Ryder, after he sees her in his restaurant. But there is one small problem, that is if ...

      • you consider it a problem, he is 48 and she is only 22.

        To make things even more complicated is the fact that Will is an old friend of her mom’s. Actually he had a fling with her years ago. It doesn’t seem to bother Charlotte in the least that he is old enough to be her father. Will is flattered by her

        love for him.

        Now unfortunetly the complications get worse because Charlotte has a case of Movie Disease of the Week, a tumor in her chest. The doc’s tell her she probably only has a year to live. Ouch!

        Overall, I give this movie two thumbs up! I loved every minute of it! Maybe its because I can partially relate to the storyline.

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