Music From Another Room details
|Starring:||Brenda Blethyn, Martha Plimpton, Jeremy Piven, Jennifer Tilly, Gretchen Mol, Jude Law|
Music From Another Room
|Run time:||1 hour 40 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 May 2012|
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slow but watchableBy a customer from Oxfordshire, England , 27 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]A rather wacky film in places. Slow but watchable about a boy who helps his serviceman doctor father deliver his dead mothers best friends baby girl and says that he will marry her! Rather far fetched. The story continues with Law all grown up and living in america and determined to marry his girl. The rest of her family unravels around her as she is pursued by law. Jude Law acts it well but the plot is a bit thin. Prepare for weepie, happy and odd moments of a watchable but not terrific film.
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music from another roomBy nikkiheart73 (30 reviews) from Plymouth , 22 Apr 2009This one is great if you want a nice romantic drama and you really love Jude Law. Jude is looking gorgeous in this film. It was done eleven years ago so he is very young and fresh faced. The story is very good. I really enjoyed it and I will definitely be buying this one for my collection at home.
Great!By a customer from Telford , 20 Feb 2009Great film, great story, great if you like Jude Law!!
rewiewBy a customer from Scotland , 13 Sep 2006I would give this film 3 and a half stars,but it is not possible, so let it be 4. First I saw it seven years ago and liked it so much that wanted to see again. But now it seems differrent to me. Still, there are things that I like very much- how Danny fights for his love and does not give up, how Anna starts to be true to herself, blind Nina discovering new world to herself, Jude Law being really handome and charming :), and all this kind of impossible love story becoming true.
Worth a watchBy kk40 from Surrey , 02 Aug 2006Jude plays an endearing character in this schmaltzy film about small town America and family life.
Prettily filmed, some good casting and a good girly film. Wouldn't rush to watch it again, but nice to tuck up on the sofa and watch for easy entertainment.
Coyote FuglyBy deadmanjones (34 reviews) from Stockport , 07 Sep 2005Almost as bad as Coyote Ugly. Certainly just as pointless, saccharine, clichéd and ludicrous. Brenda Blethyn alone comes out of this with your faith in her talent intact.