The Bucket List
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers who bought this item also bought
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Bucket List, The (WS/FS/DVD)
Academy Award winners Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman star in this comedy drama, directed by Rob Reiner, a touching, no-holds-barred adventure that shows it's never too late to live life to its fullest--The Bucket List. One man was smart enough to go to college, but has worked his entire life as a mechanic; the other owns the hospital in which they are both patients. But these two men with little time left and even less to lose, discover that life can be deeply moving and definitely hilarious.]]>
John Mayer "Say" Music Video
DVD-ROM PC Weblink to more exciting EC features!
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Read reviews that mention
Showing 1-7 of 1,292 reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
You know when they have forms that ask you what your favorite movie is?
I can't think of why i never remember to say this movie.
In the dog eat dog and pony show world that this is rapidly becoming... there is enough substance to carry me through it all.
You laugh, you cry, and you "GET IT" !
It is like Our Essence, that underlies it... it has it all ~
Kudos to every single person who had a part in the making of this movie.
May God Bless You .. i know He is well pleased !
As I bought myself a portable DVD player for Christmas for business use and for travel, I of course needed to get some movies!
AHHHH!!!!!!!! I had no idea what was even out there or what I would like to watch!
I had a plane trip coming up and wanted to get some for the trip as well as to have with me to view so I didn't want anything that would be offensive to anyone near me on the plane.
Yes, it's sad, but so are lots of things in life but this is a different kind of sadness. It's a sadness that also comes with great joy because it reached its full cycle and you felt that fulfillment. You also felt its purpose, and the love.
I think for some to comment that it was 'predictable' miss the point. Much in life is predictable. For me, I don't care that some things are predictable; or simplified, or maybe not even 'realistic'. I can get reality in the day to day. To watch a movie is to become involved deeply with so many levels of the movie and to glean from it whatever message you are receiving at that time.
I enjoyed Morgan's wife in the movie and the relationship he had with her. Of course she is going to get mad at him; be frustrated, concerned and then absolutely shocked and bewildered when he announced his plans. But, she also showed great trust, and love and knew that whatever he was needing to do, it's what he needed to do and let it go. Let him go. I enjoyed those intimate scenes. People need to see great strength and trust between two people.
I also found myself hanging on the edge of my seat when Morgan was at the bar and the beautiful lady came up and sat next to him. I found myself thinking that if MORGAN (the actor - not even the character!) 'gave in', then I would change how I felt about him (however irrational since it was his character, not him). I held my breath in anticipation...
Now, whether Morgan had any say so on the outcome of that scene or whether that was how the script was written anyway, it made a world of difference to me. And if Morgan did have a say so, well, all the more reason why I esteem him so highly.
I thought it was a wonderful movie and am so glad I got to see it.
Even if you hated one (or even all) of these, there's still a good chance you'll love Bucket List. This movie is full of beautiful scenery, hilarity, and true friendship - complete with very real life-questions, and great honesty. While the situation is not a common one, the characters, their problems, hurts, and joys ring very true.
The old "You'll laugh. You'll cry." fits well, in this case, but you're pretty sure to laugh a lot more than you cry. You'll also find yourself recalling, and probably quoting lines from it for months to come.
Even the last line of the film is memorable, and funny, and a perfect fit with everything that went before. This is one movie that is everything that was claimed for it, and much more.
I've already loaned my copy to several friends, and they all loved it. 'WELL worth the price!