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A Little Bit of Heaven (2011)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy | 4 May 2012 (USA)
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An irreverent young woman who uses her humor to prevent matters from getting serious has a life-changing visit with her doctor.

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An irreverent young woman who uses her humor to prevent matters from getting serious has a life-changing visit with her doctor.

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, including crude references, and language | See all certifications »

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£443,156 (UK) (4 February 2011)

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$10,011 (USA) (4 May 2012)
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Even though Peter Dinklage has a brief part, he was the 4th highest paid person in the film, above Lucy Punch, Whoopi Goldberg, and Treat Williams. See more »

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When Julian is driving to see Marley in the hospital we see over his shoulder checking the phone we also see the dashboard of his car, on the display is the speed and it shows 0 showing that he is really on a flatbed See more »

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Marley Corbett: I will tell you that you'll never be number one as long as your customer base is 82% male.
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Marley Corbett: [scoffs with a big smile] Not yours.
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Written by Nini Camps and McGowan Markey Southworth
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It got to me
9 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I'm a male and a cancer survivor. This looked like an interesting movie, albeit a "chick flick," but once I started watching I got completely hooked. Yes, the subject of cancer is again given the Hollywood-style treatment (no makeup, just a sallow look, and A FULL HEAD OF HAIR! Guess the filmmakers thought a bald actress wouldn't look so good in love scenes; also, I wish I had experienced the minor discomfort she does during chemo treatments, not to mention how energetic our heroine is when most of us feel like we're lucky to be able to just stand up). But all that aside, it was a beautiful movie message-wise, and after only seeing Kate Hudson in her first role many years ago in Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous" (and not being that impressed by her), she has certainly matured as an actress. There were two or three scenes that really hit home to me and I could understand exactly what she was feeling at the time. I don't remember seeing this opening in theaters here in San Francisco, and if it did, it didn't play very long, which is a shame; I hope this isn't another film that's gone direct to video. "A Little Bit of Heaven" is about tying up loose ends, little by little, and realizing, finally, that life is a gift and to be celebrated in the short time we're all here. Don't deny yourself the chance to see this movie.


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