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A Time to Remember

4.7 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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Four-time Emmy Award winner Doris Roberts ( Everybody Loves Raymond ) and two-time Emmy winner Dana Delany ( China Beach ) star in this critically acclaimed holiday celebration that offers an opportunity to heal old wounds for an estranged family on the mend. Britt Calhoun is a struggling LA artist and single mother who returns home for a Thanksgiving reunion. For Britt, the black sheep of the wea

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  • Actors: Doris Roberts, Dana Delany, Megan Gallagher, Louise Fletcher, Rosemary Forsyth
  • Directors: John Putch
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Gaiam
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B000HC2LIU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,828 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "A Time to Remember" on IMDb

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By Charles Van Dusen on August 4, 2007
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You will find this to be a very sensitive, and realistic, treatment of the problem of Alzheimer's. It is such a welcome change for Doris Roberts, who is usually associated with comedy. She is a consummate actress, as is Dana Delany (China Beach). This is not a downbeat story, but rather an affirmation of the power of love. Highly recommended.
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This movie premiered on the Lifetime channel in November a few years back.A friend told me about it, and sugested I watch it with my sister. It was a bonding time for us as our Mother was suffering with Alzheimer disease. Doris Roberts did an oustanding performence as a Mother of two daughters who had this terrible and heartwrenching disease. We not only cried a LOT, but became very educated and helped us deal our own Mom. If you have a loved one who has Alzheimer, this will help you understand and perhaps cope with what to expect as this disease progresses. Thanks to Doris Roberts and a great cast, I was fortunate to see this film.
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This is a wonderful movie to watch. It makes you reflect on your family members that have undergone memory loss, but also to ask yourself if I go through this process when I get older who will be there for me. I shall treasure this movie in my collection and watch it again often.
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This is a wonderful story about a mother and daughter separated by a little stubbornness on both sides. They are slowly reunited during the Thanksgiving holiday quite by accident. I absolutely love the story. It is a bit warm and fuzzy but it bring to light a lot about facing problems with our elderly family members. A story to be told again and again.
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I love this film! Dana Delany, Doris Roberts, Megan Gallagher and Louise Fletcher are all brilliant! There are many complex relationships going on here apart from the main mother/daughter one. This was a real saddy film that delved into the relationships between mothers and daughters, sisters, and caregivers. Beautifully acted. I think it was more about the acceptance of each other rather than the focus on Alzheimer's and dementia. The relationship between Britt and her mother was touching and extremely well played by Dana and Doris, it was so real, that it came very close to home for me and I am sure many others. I also loved the baby so freaken cute!! And I loved the art space that Britt had going on, and her paintings were interesting. I highly recommend this film. 2 box of man size tissues! Ammiright!!
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A wonderful book, not only for those whose family involve a member with loss of memory but also for all of us. There were several eye opening messages in the movie that could be applied to not only their family situation, but others as well. It did bring tears to my eyes at times but they were healing tears for me. It is a beautiful story of a family that let love get them thru the tough time they were facing. A love that helped heal some of the hurts in the past. We can learn some life lessons from this movie, besides enjoying a beautiful movie.
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Like to watch movies with Doris Roberts Great movie. If you own them you can watch them when ever you want. Don't have to wait on TV. Most of the time I've already seen before I buy so I no I like it.
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This movie was not as I would have expected. Doris Roberts was good in her portrayal of onset of Alzheimer's, but the movie did not hold my interest. Of course, there is nothing lighthearted about a story of dealing with this disease, and the effect it can have on family. There was too much negativity, and lack of understanding how to cope and have compassion, (for their mother) within the family. "I have seen better movies on the subject, but the acting was good."
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