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  1. Apr 7, 2014
    5
    This is a Lifetime Movie of the Week with an A-list cast. Annette Bening meets a man (Ed Harris) who looks just like her dead husband (also played by Harris). Nothing that happens next is in any way original. She's too glum for too long and he's too perfect, patient and understanding. While the actors create a compelling couple, the painfully predictable plot, uninspired script and lackluster direction undermine any hope of making this movie special (except maybe a Special Movie Event on cable). Expand
  2. Mar 11, 2014
    8
    This movie is worth seeing because of the tour-de-force performance by Annette Bening. You will forgive the hard-to-believe premise and just soak up the authenticity of this complex real character brought to life with such depth and complexity. Ms. Bening is truly one of the greatest living actors of our time. It's also refreshing to see a movie about actual grown-ups, without CG, explosions or bodily function jokes.
    More, please!
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 23 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 23
  2. Negative: 3 out of 23
  1. Reviewed by: Liam Lacey
    Apr 18, 2014
    38
    After a while, it begins to feel like a confused comedy: How to explain to the neighbours that your dead husband has moved back home?
  2. Reviewed by: Jamie S. Rich
    Apr 3, 2014
    75
    It’s still worthwhile to see such seasoned screen professionals working to create something meaningful.
  3. Reviewed by: Michael O'Sullivan
    Mar 27, 2014
    37
    Bening and Harris are great actors, and they fill their roles as completely as they can, given the limitations of the soggy and implausible script by Matthew McDuffie and director Arie Posin.