Return to Me details
|Starring:||Marianne Muellerleile, Joely Richardson, Eddie Jones, David Alan Grier, James Belushi, David Duchovny, Bonnie Hunt, Carroll O'Connor, William Bronder, Minnie Driver, Don Lake, Robert Loggia, Carroll O'Connor /|
|Genres:||Comedy, Drama, Romance|
Return to Me
|Run time:||1 hour 51 minutes|
|Rental release:||29 Jan 2001|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English, German|
Most helpful review
Highly recommendedBy Miles Orchard from Cardiff , 20 Feb 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This film is a gem! Isn't it always the way when you don't expect a film to be anything special it just knocks you right off your feet? This is such a film.
I couldn't find fault in this film at all, it's great from start to finish. The music is great and the scenes with the old men sitting around the table in the restaurant are priceless!
Duchovny and Driver are good in the role, roles I didn't think either would pull off but they did. A great romantic light hearted drama that will appeal to most people. Get a nice drop of wine and a take away and settle back with your loved one and enjoy - worth renting.
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gooey and predictableBy a customer from Exeter, England , 05 Jul 2010this is great, a lovely film
Return to meBy a customer from Kent , 30 Jun 2010The film is a predictable romantic comedy, but the restaurant, the families and friends that surround the main charaters lift the film enormously.
Lovely curl-up on the sofa filmBy a customer from Wigton , 02 Sep 2009I loved everything about this film. The many & varied characters, the story and the gentle background humour. It's a bit of a weepie in parts but is overall an enjoyable feelgood film - just a lovely couple of hours of absorbing entertainment.
New Heart New Love?!By Officegirl (32 reviews) from Blandford Forum , 22 Aug 2009Not one of my Duchovny favourites - but ok, tissues at the ready - his wife dies, her heart goes to someone else, he finds out, they meet and .......... you'll have to watch it to find out the rest!!.
Why does it take a film like this to make us all look at life, see how precious and fragile it is and how most of us take it for granted until it too late?
gREAT STUFFBy a customer from Milton Keynes , 02 Jul 2009I immediately wanted to watch it again as soon as it ended. The guys in the restaurant are the best . David Duchovny very well played grief adn Minnie Driver charming.