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Fast forward several months, Gerry has died of a brain tumor.After the wake, Holly discovers that Gerry has arranged for the delivery of his letters all making requests of Holly.
Swank and Butler have a wondrous chemistry that smooths out the rougher edges of La Gravenese and Steve Rogers screenplay based on the novel by Wendy Finerman. There is a heartbreaking scene where Swank's Holly breaks down to her mother saying, "I'm alone!
Kosove, Molly Smith Composer: John Powell Cast: Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler, Lisa Kudrow, Gina Gershon, Kathy Bates, James Marsters, Harry Connick Jr., Jeffrey Dean Morgan Running Time: 2 hours and 6 minutes MPAA Rating: PG-13 (sexual references and brief nudity) The perfect movie for Christmas is the surprisingly progressive P. The movie will not immediately ring jingle bells with a theme about a dead husband (Gerard Butler) who reaches from beyond the grave to inspire his widow (Swank). The novel-based story begins just before his life expires, and, when opening credits roll, it's a slide show of love story snapshots. Living in what must be New York's ugliest apartment building on a corner of Orchard Street, job-hopping Holly (Swank) and her Irish-born spouse Gerry (Butler) are both typical independent, urban Americans; they work hard, wonder whether to have kids, and they have a lot of growing up to do.
The remainder of the journeyusing the deceased's letters, mysteriously delivered to his wife in scheduled intervals after he diedfills the gaps. That it flirts with formula does not hinder its ability to evince tears and laughter. Their social lives involve hanging out in bars and director Richard La Gravenese taps today's adult city lifestyle.
That means Holly's friends (Gina Gershon and Lisa Kudrow) include an amiable pal and an acerbic feminist and mom (impeccable Kathy Bates) owns a bar staffed by an awkward Yankees fan (Harry Connick, Jr.).
There's a younger sister, too, who says what's on her mind and does as she pleases.