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Life as a House (9-Sep-2001)

Director: Irwin Winkler

Writer: Mark Andrus

Keywords: Drama, Terminal Illness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Bakula
Actor
9-Oct-1954   Quantum Leap
Hayden Christensen
Actor
19-Apr-1981   Lead in Star Wars: Episode II
Jon Foster
Actor
3-Aug-1984   Damien Cutler on Windfall
Kevin Kline
Actor
24-Oct-1947   A Fish Called Wanda
Scotty Leavenworth
Actor
21-May-1990   Peter Petrowski on 7th Heaven
Jena Malone
Actor
21-Nov-1984   Saved!
John Pankow
Actor
28-Apr-1954   Ira on Mad About You
Barry Primus
Actor
16-Feb-1938   Gold Coast
Sam Robards
Actor
16-Dec-1961   Get a Life
Jamey Sheridan
Actor
12-Jul-1951   Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Ian Somerhalder
Actor
8-Dec-1978   Damon on The Vampire Diaries
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South
Kristin Scott Thomas
Actor
24-May-1960   Four Weddings and a Funeral

REVIEWS

Review by Alorin Aranal (posted on 22-Mar-2005)

A beautiful movie of hope and redemption that unfortunately premiered just around the events of 9-11-2001, so I think this is why it was overlooked.

This was one of those films that you keep telling everyone to see and when they do they come back to you and say "I loved it."

The cast is extraordinary and genuine and believable. Hayden Christensen is a standout as the character who metamorphisizes into someone we should all be like.

If you are looking for that 'feel good movie' this is it. Enjoy!


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