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Marvin's Room

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Bessie and Lee are sisters who have remained apart for nearly 20 years due to radically different personalities and life paths. When Bessie knows that she has leukemia, she attempts to end the feud with her sister to get her bone marrow.
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Kansas City Kansan

October 23, 2004

Slow, depressing family drama finely acted
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TV Guide
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February 08, 2010

Keaton is given a rare opportunity here to remind us that she's not simply a fine comedienne, and she's marvelous.
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Variety

December 26, 2006

Based on a play by Scott McPherson's who died of AIDS, it's impossible to watch the well-acted film (particularly Diane Keaton, who should get an Oscar nod) without thinking of its themees: the various approaches to love and the strength of family bonds
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Spirituality and Practice
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July 12, 2003

Zany and emotionally-affecting story about death, aging parents, reconciliation, and the healing power of selfless love.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Streep gives her most credible blue-collar performance to date; Keaton sidesteps saintliness to mix vulnerability and small heroics.
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Film Geek Central
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May 02, 2013

Great work from Dicaprio, De Niro, and especially Streep certainly make the film watchable, but it still can't save it from feeling like a TV movie of the week. If you're a fan of melodrama... and over 60, then you'll find much to like.
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Chicago Reader
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February 08, 2010

The performances are overwhelmed by cinematography so gorgeous and distracting it makes the drama seem like just so much wheel spinning.
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Film4
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February 08, 2010

At times attractive, at other times dull.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

Powerhouse casting and a heartbreaking history make the screen version of Marvin's Room more memorable than it otherwise would be.
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Reeling Reviews
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April 09, 2005

Its an actor's/writer's movie, but, oh, what acting and writing
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Washington Post
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February 08, 2010

It's all plinky-plink pianos and mewing oboes, trying to jerk those tears a little too hard. No, a lot too hard. The music is awful. Stupendously bad.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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June 18, 2002

Any movie with Meryl Streep is an occasion, but when you add Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Hume Cronyn and Gwen Verdon, you've got an embarrassment of riches.
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