I'll See You in My Dreams


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Fresh67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright60%
IMDb Rating6.7107546


Plot summary

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Malin Akerman Photo
Malin Akerman as Katherine Petersen
Sam Elliott Photo
Sam Elliott as Bill
Martin Starr Photo
Martin Starr as Lloyd
Rhea Perlman Photo
Rhea Perlman as Sally
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755.62 MB
English 2.0
PG - 13
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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1.44 GB
English 2.0
PG - 13
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 1 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Sleepin_Dragon7 / 10

Heartfelt, funny and pretty poignant.

If you can get past the scenes with Hazel the Labrador, chances are you'd quite enjoy this movie, if it's what you're expecting, it's a kind of coming of age (mature that is) film. What was the rat called 'Guinevere?'

Carol, a widow, loses her dog, realises that life can take some unexpected turns, she tries speed dating, strikes up a friendship with her pool maintenance man Lloyd and begins pursuing a new romance with the charismatic and rather forward Bill.

I truly like Blythe Danner, she's a fine actress, once again she is so likable, in this she's funny, warm and sincere. I loved her in the Speed dating scenes. Well supported by a great cast, Sam Elliot is really fun, he's so good, as is Martin Starr.

There is actually some lovely humour too, her friends are great, the smoking scene was fun.

It's a bit sombre in parts granted, but ultimately worth watching, beautifully acted and often touching. 7/10

Reviewed by garylcamp-667473 / 10

Terrible Ending

My wife and I liked the beginning of the movie a lot. But in the interest of not making another and different good ending movie, the author kills the lover before he can marry and end the movie where it begins, with a dog instead of a man. There was an opportunity to couple the daughter and pool guy too. The rat was just useless and served no purpose. The movie name was just for looks as it served little purpose except filler. The "summary" is wrong as she does not get to start a new life but goes back to the old one (dog and card games).

While it is fine, even encouraged, to find new endings to old stories, they must be better. This one is a let down. We would give it a 2 but for the great actors and good acting and the 1st 1/2 of the movie was great with good conversation (mostly). It just turned us off at the dead ending. Pretending to be good but actually same old same old.

If you want a feel good movie this is not it. Don't bother looking for a new life, it just dies before you can get interested in it.

Reviewed by gbkmmaurstad7 / 10

Multi Generational Film

This is all about the Baby Boomer generation, but nonetheless, it is a good film for all generations to see. Gives adult children and grandchildren a peek into the lives of seniors, validating some stereotypes and banishing others.

Blythe Danner, Rhea Pearlman, and Sam Elliott give us a look at retirement for the single middle class woman. While they are seemingly in good health most have fallen into dreary routines. Some are comfortable with their lives, some have settled, and others are desperate for change, but just don't know it.

Grab your favorite beverage and watch a film that may look a bit predicable, but in the end turn out not to be as predicable as you may have thought.

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