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  • Actors: Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, Brad Johnson, John Goodman, Audrey Hepburn
  • Directors: Steven Spielberg
  • Writers: Chandler Sprague, Dalton Trumbo, David Boehm, Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Jerry Belson
  • Producers: Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, HiFi Sound, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • VHS Release Date: March 1, 1992
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (276 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 1558803602
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,667 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This is one of those feel good movies you want to watch over and over again.
joan rittenberry
This film has an alstar cast Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, John Goodman,Audrey Hepburn.
David G. Brubaker
This movie has such a sweet story of love and sacrifice as well as some great humor.
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82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By "lecorel@hotmail.com" on October 3, 2002
Format: DVD
Richard Dreyfuss is a pilot, and kind of a wild card when it comes to his fire fighter flying. This concerns the people around him, girlfriend Holly Hunter and best friend John Goodman, but Dreyfuss shruggs it off because this is what he does. Finally Hunter convinces him he should take a job in Flat Rock, Colorado training pilots to do what he does. Unfortunately he never makes it to Flat Rock, at least not in the flesh. Not trying to give too much away, Dreyfuss comes back as a sort of guardian angel, forced to deal with two things: his love for Hunter and his duty to a young pilot she falls for.
Always is a well made picture. From Spielberg we expect nothing less, though I think his name hinders this film**. The cinematography and the score are excellent as in all his films, as are the action sequences involving the planes. However, the acting is the strongest part of this film. This is the kind of role Dreyfuss shines in. His fusion of wit and sincere emotion is wonderfull and he delivers some difficult monologues which would seem trite is lesser hands. Holly Hunter and John Goodman are excellent as the people dealing with his loss. Also Audrey Hepburn makes her final screen appearance in two scenes as an angel (how fitting).
**I have this theory about Always. It was almost universally panned by critics, but I think the criticism is directed more at Spielberg than at the film. Certainly Spielberg has made better pictures, and perhaps this film was made on a grander scale than it needed to be, but I think if any other director had done this film it would not have received so much scrutiny. But, I also believe in the hands of a lesser director this movie would not be as good. Always combines action, humor, genuine sorrow, and happiness , and it combines them well, which is no small achievement. Spielberg made a good film, let it go.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 1, 2002
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I really enjoy this movie. The cast was fabulous. This was Audrey Hepburn's last appearance on the big screen as well, in a role as "Hap", the angel who Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) first encounters after dying from his plane exploding.
Holly Hunter shines as Dorinda, Pete's girlfriend, who tries to come to terms with Pete dying. John Goodman is also funny and loveable as Al, one of the pilot trainers.
I was really disappointed when "Ghost" (although Ghost is a good movie in and of itself too) came out a little while later, because it seemed to have stolen many themes from "Always", such as male lead having problems saying "I love you", male lead being able to have an influence on surviving loved ones after dying, lead female being able to be told eventually "I love you by lead male. Ghost seemed to get more of the rave reviews and sentimental following than Always, because it was a "sexier" movie. acted by "handsomer" actors. Always was told more like a fairy tale. Anyway, I digress.
I found this movie to be magical and I really enjoyed it.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Erik North on March 16, 2002
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A loose reworking of Victor Fleming's 1943 World War II drama A GUY NAMED JOE, ALWAYS has to rank as perhaps director Steven Spielberg's most unfairly maligned movie. Even though it has a very old-fashioned feel updated to the late 1980s, this is still a fine movie done with real poignancy. This is nowhere near the bottom of the Spielberg canon; that dubious distinction belongs to "1941" and HOOK.
Richard Dreyfuss stars as Pete, a dare-devil aerial firefighter with a penchant for taking a lot of unneccesary chances in his line of work. As much "fun" as he has, he is worrying not only his partner Al (John Goodman), but also his one true love Dorinda (Holly Hunter). After much pressure, including Hunter's threat to leave him, he agrees to settle down and become an instructor for up-and-coming flyers in Colorado after one last mission. But on that mission, in the process of saving Goodman when his plane catches fire, Dreyfuss loses his life when his aircraft explodes. Goodman is horrified, and Hunter devastated.
In heaven (or a burned-out section of forest), Dreyfuss is met by a guardian angel (Audrey Hepburn, in her final role). He comes back to earth as a spirit, to help a rookie fire-fighter (Brad Johnson) learn the tricks of the trade. Johnson does this and more; unfortunately, he also falls head over heels for Hunter, and Dreyfuss feels the pain of having to watch this, not being able to let go. But Hepburn gives him very good counsel, and he is redeemed by saving Hunter from a fiery death in a flight through a nightmarish firestorm.
One of Spielberg's most touching movies, ALWAYS was unfairly castigated by critics as being heavy-handed and manipulative. I, however, am extremely cynical of such critics who only analyze certain films and don't really FEEL anything.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Blaser on July 31, 2004
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This is one of my favorite movies. Simple, moving - it makes me laugh and it makes me cry. I tell people that it's a movie that slipped through without being noticed, and I'm not sure why.... Whenever I need to feel at home - I watch it.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Blackdeer on August 31, 2004
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Wildland fire air-attack pilot dies in an airplane explosion and is dispatched back to earth by an angel to mentor a rookie pilot. Pete (Richard Dreyfuss)is the spiritual coach and he is not entirely confident about his mission, but he gives it a try and soon gets more than he bargained for when the girlfriend (Holly Hunter) he left behind begins to fall in love with his student. Pete tries to derail the affair with his angelic power, but instead learns about true love when his girlfriend contemplates death in a suicidal air mission to rescue smokejumpers trapped by a massive wildland fire.

This is one of Steven Spielbergs's more humble movies, a contemporary remake of "A Guy Named Joe," and it is a charming and humorous story. John Goodman is Pete's lovable best friend as the air-attack school commander, and Audrey Hepburn has a very nice role as Pete's supervisory angel. The movie features a beautiful backdrop of forest wilderness with wildland fires combatted by smokejumpers and World War II-era attack bombers.
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