A Little Bit of Heaven
A Little Bit of Heaven
PG-13 | 03 February 2011 (USA)
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A guarded woman who finds out she's dying of cancer but, when she meets her match, the threat of falling in love is scarier than death.


Memorable, crazy movie

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Admirable film.

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It is an exhilarating, distressing, funny and profound film, with one of the more memorable film scores in years,

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Billy Ollie

Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable

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I am a psych researcher and spent six years at the University of Connecticut Medical School studying the after effects of the Near-Death Experience. I've written 5 plus books about the near- death experience.These scenes with Woopi were so well done. Kate Hudson's acting was the best.All the emotion and spiritual aspects in this film are real to people who have died and come back to talk about it, It's not far fetched to any NDEr (near-death experiencer.) The writers did their homework.That last scene is not an usual one except for Woopi playing the role. I thought it was incredibly well done -- and I've had a near-death experience -- so it's also very real to me.

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A Little Bit of Heaven. It's got romance, comedy and tears. This film gives you mixed emotions all the way through. With the amazing actors, Kate Hudson and Gael García Bernal ,who play the main characters, they do an amazing job at portraying how live is like with a terminal illness. It really does touch your heart. This film shows you that whatever happens in life you have to live it to the full and you don't take live for granted. I have recommended this film to my friends and family who have also said the film was emotional and funny. I recommend this to all of you reading this currently and I have rated this 10 out of 10. You will LOVE it.

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zif ofoz

if you want an hour and thirty minutes plus movie of overly emotional sentimental teary eyed one whole box of tissues movie - this is it! a mawkish story told in just the worst acting from start to finish.there is only one good thing i can say about this movie - it's photographed beautifully with colorful sets, grand effects, and nice music. but that is it! certainly the director didn't expect anyone to believe the plight of the leading role. she never looks ill or dissipated from the 'radical medical treatment' she received.no, no, no! what a waste of time. this melodrama would have been more suited to some past decade when people expected this role playing called 'entertainment'.ugh!

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So anything goes in Hollywood movies to make them pretty and saleable! Granted! But how about some correct jargons and dialogue like a medical instead of "your cancer is all over your colon" ... and how about, can a patient on chemo go to a public place like a night club full of smoke? oh wait she is accompanied by her doctor who just a while ago asked her for a "drink"... a drink? really? in the middle of treatment? I donno what to say about this movie... I wish it promoted a little bit of awareness and hope for the cancer patients instead of making it look like oh so rosy and then have an ending to make it romeo-julietish! Gael Garcia is soo good in Spanish films, I don't know why he acts so weird in English movies. Casting was mismatched. There was no chemistry. Why did they cast Gael Garcia? Kate Hudson did not look like a terminal colon cancer patient. Losing so much blood (which is unavoidable in colon cancer sorry Hollywood) will make her anemic and very sickly...not so much color and energized eyes ... And why are we rooting for her? The character did not come up in anyway that likable or extraordinary, even with her constant grin. Oh and those jokes thruout the movie... !!!!! speechless

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