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    Reader comments on Love Liza

    Subject: Wow..
    Date: Jan 15, 2004
    Sender: carolPrevious | Next

    Thank you for making this movie. I have not seen a movie this good in a very long time. The actor (Hoffman) was absolutely awesome. He captured grief like no other actor I have ever seen... I watched this movie twice..., the second time I watched it with the film makers making comments. One of their concerns is when Wilson's house is emptied by his mother-in-law..., because it seemed to them an almost impossibility. I laughed at that because I, and two other females, moved out of a house (with 3 people's life belongings - furniture included) in less than a half a day. It seemed improbable, but when emotions run high, it was a walk in the park. I think EVERY scene in that movie was necessary and carried each scene prior or after. And the environment (Alabama) was perfect for this movie, the bleak looking weather also. I can't thank you enough for making this excellent film...

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    Comment index:

  • Movie tried too hard   from James Cheatham, Jul 31, 2003
  • edit, edit, edit   from Rachel, Sep 15, 2003
  • Re: edit, edit, edit   from Ken, Oct 9, 2003
  • Re: edit, edit, edit   from David, Oct 11, 2003
  • BEST ACTOR   from doc, Nov 14, 2003
  • » Wow.. «   from carol, Jan 15, 2004
  • Love Liza and the recent "Half Nelson"   from Sammish, Oct 9, 2006
  • From a real person who lived it   from G. Sorkin, Sep 15, 2008
  • Movie tried too hard   from James Cheatham, Jul 31, 2003
  • edit, edit, edit   from Rachel, Sep 15, 2003
  • Re: edit, edit, edit   from Ken, Oct 9, 2003
  • Re: edit, edit, edit   from David, Oct 11, 2003
  • BEST ACTOR   from doc, Nov 14, 2003
  • » Wow.. «   from carol, Jan 15, 2004
  • Love Liza and the recent "Half Nelson"   from Sammish, Oct 9, 2006
  • From a real person who lived it   from G. Sorkin, Sep 15, 2008