By Maria Sullivan
Review of ‘P.S. I Love You’
“P.S. I Love You” was released in theatres on Dec. 21 and stars Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler, Lisa Kudrow, Harry Connick, Jr., and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (most commonly known as Denny Duquette from “Grey’s Anatomy”).
For those who enjoy romantic movies, “P.S. I Love You” just may be for you.
Read more...Holly (Swank) is a young woman happily married to Gerry (Butler), but when Gerry dies from a brain tumor, Holly’s life falls apart. When it seems like her life will never get better, the unexpected happens.
Before Gerry died, he knew that his time with Holly was limited, so he decided to write ten letters to help her move on with her life. The letters told her to do anything from singing karaoke to traveling to Ireland. Everything that Gerry asks of Holly in the letters has a certain meaning behind it.
Some viewers may perceive this movie as an interesting way to get past losing a loved one. Senior Nikki Olson said, “I thought it was an amazing movie. It’s not what you expect from a romantic comedy, but it’s worth seeing.”
“P.S. I Love You” is rated PG-13 and is still in theatres.