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The Love Letter 1999

From Amazon: Its ads portrayed it as a wacky farce, while critics largely ignored it, presuming it to be a vanity project from Kate Capshaw (better known as Mrs. Steven Spielberg). But The Love Letter is neither; on the contrary, it's a low-key but surprisingly rich and touching film about love, illusions, and regret. Helen (Capshaw), a bookseller in a small seashore town, discovers an unsigned love letter that's fallen into the cushions of a couch in her store. The letter doesn't say who it's for, but Helen assumes it's for her and starts wondering who sent it. One would expect this to lead to a whirling comedy of mistaken identities, but...

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Chan
Written By:
No image existsMaria Maggenti
No image existsKate Capshaw
No image existsTom Everett Scott
No image existsTom Selleck
No image existsEllen DeGeneres
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Gloria StuartGloria Stuart
No image existsGeraldine McEwan
No image existsAlice Drummond

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The Love Letter Movie Review by AJ (7/29/2006)

It's true that The Love Letter never reaches the heights it aspires to, and with a little fine-tuning could've been a much better film; but as it is, I applaud the film for being as amusing as it is while still embracing Hollywood's ideals of a romantic dramedy. Little of the film is laugh-out-loud funny, and not much of...

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