Friday, August 20, 2010

My Sister's Keeper Movie Review



This movie looked so good in the previews and so heartfelt we just had to see it. Its a movie bout a family with the oldest daughter dying of cancer, the other daughter is tired of bein stepped on due to they only had her to use as a donor child to give parts to the dying child to keep her alive longer, a husband/father that isn't home much, a wife/mother who is so obsessed with saving one daughter she has forgot about the rest of the family and a boy stuck between it all. This movie started off so boring and never really got out of that mode because it just drew out every little thing, it did alot of flash backs to the point of getting lost in the movie. There is good points to the movie but alot more bad, normally I love Cameron Diaz movies but I really hated this one. When it ended I was so happy and ecstatic if you want another heartfelt movie keep moving on.

My Sister's Keeper

2009PG-13110 minutes

A former defense attorney (Cameron Diaz) finds herself back in the courtroom when she and her husband (Jason Patric) are sued for medical emancipation by their 11-year-old daughter, Anna (Abigail Breslin), who is expected to donate a kidney to her dying older sister. The subsequent trial tests ethical boundaries and the limits of parental love. Joan Cusack and Alec Baldwin round out the cast in this powerful drama based on Jodi Picoult's novel.

Cast:
Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin, Jason Patric, Alec Baldwin, Joan Cusack, Elizabeth Daily, Sofia Vassilieva, Evan Ellingson, David Bortolucci, Nicole Marie Lenz
Director:
Nick Cassavetes
Genres:
Drama, Courtroom Dramas, Dramas Based on Bestsellers, Dramas Based on the Book, Warner Home Video
This movie is:
Sentimental, Emotional
Format:
DVD and Blu-ray





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