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Ashley's Ashes (2010)

| Comedy | 2010 (USA)
A touching story as a man learns how to live his life again after he inherits an urn of ashes by discovering the life and friends of the person inside.
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Bob
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Sandy
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Francine
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Dan
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Father Tim
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Limus
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Mary
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Perry
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Apollo (as Thomas Kijas)
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Wang
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A touching story as a man learns how to live his life again after he inherits an urn of ashes by discovering the life and friends of the person inside.

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Won an Excellence in Filmmaking Award at the 2010 Canada International Film Festival. See more »

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A movie that has heart. :)
9 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

I've never written a movie review before, but feel that I must respond to the critical review by seashel2001 because of also attending a screening of Ashley's Ashes and seeing it very differently. I agree with the good lady that the movie is "sweet" but beyond that it's great entertainment. But R-rated? Definitely not, probably PG-13. As for her view of "bordering on porn" and "not a family movie", serious adult issues are included in the dialogue, but there's no nudity, no sex, no violence, and only mild profanity – never the "F" word. Still, this is certainly not a movie for children, who would not fathom the idea of redefining one's life. The "bimbo" was obviously in the movie to make a point about the state of Bob's life before he inherited the urn. Overall, the story line in Ashley's Ashes is funny, if a bit over the top, with a great supporting cast of characters and a touching conclusion.


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