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Did you ever cry in a movie so hard that people walked into the room and thought something terrible just happened to you? That's me at the end of watching this movie. But sometimes in the movie it was really happy too--and the acting was so amazing, Lacy (sp?)Chabert is like my favorite favorite favorite now--she was so real--I felt like I was watching somebody just going through stuff and not like they were in a movie. It made me think about all the happiness and sadness in life and how you have to try to make every day of your life a great day like Gena Rowland's character does in the movie. My mom loved it too, she was crying as hard as I was, we ran out of Kleenex half way through the movie. And I SWEAR my brother was crying too but if he saw that I wrote this he would kill me. THANK YOU LIFETIME!
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