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In one of his most acclaimed performances, John Cusack makes an astonishing transformation as Stanley Philips, a sad, disconnected man unable to tell his young daughters their mother, a soldier, has died in Iraq. Instead, he takes the girls on a road trip, where their innocent charm helps him rediscover a healing joy he thought he'd lost forever.
The quietness and pace of the movie really captures all the nuances of grief. Many times a movie will try to fill in the scene with noise or useless dialogue that diverts you from... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Julie G.
I just love this movie. The subject matter is difficult, and yet somehow I find myself drawn to watch this movie at least once a year. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cindy M
I think I may own almost every movie John Cusack has made, he is such an incredible quirky and charming and disarming man that always comes through in some way into the characters... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Margie Marge
I was pleased to receive this item on time and in great condition,as I am not only a big John Cusak fan but a video collector as well. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R. Croasdaile
Never heard of this one... got it because Cusack was in it... but man! This one has him in a completely new role! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Therese D. Scoles