What keeps a family together? Nick Cassavetes, the director of The Notebook and John Q, again demonstrates his sure hand with tales of deep human emotion in this inspiring film about a loving family challenged - and united - by a child's illness. Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin, Alec Baldwin and others in an exceptional cast bring sensitivity to the story of 11-year-old Anna Fitzgerald, conceived to be a donor for her leukemia-stricken sister, and who finally demands the right to control her own body. This act of free will may tear the Fitzgeralds apart. Or it may be the first step to a triumphant realization of devotion, dignity and what it means to be a family.
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My Sister's Keeper is a great film. Very touching and moving story. You may want to keep a box of Kleenex on your side before watching this. Good actors. Well made film.
This was a sad movie,but a great movie,I loved it and will be watching it again.Its one of those movies that you could watch over and over :)
A good movie, and sad at the same time. It'll make you shed a tear or two.
This is such a sad movie, but I still really liked the story, it is a really good movie
This truly was a sad movie, but it really makes you think. Not to take life for granted. Everyone needs to watch this even if its to remind how short life can be. Powerful story for sure.
I really liked this movie. I like that despite the serious subject matter, they found moments to be humourous or to show the love within the family. The relationships are done quite intricately and quite well. The acting was done quite well
My Sister's Keeper is definitely a tear jerker. But the movie succeeds in balancing out the sadder moments with lighter ones so you're not constantly crying. A very well written movie with honest characters that you can relate to. I really recommend seeing My Sister's Keeper.
Grab the kleenex box for this movie... it's a tear jerker but it's also a feel good movie and it makes you appreciate life a lot more. A very touching movie, I loved it.
Sad movie of sisters. Parents who used their younger daughter to keep their older daughter to survive her cancer and the younger sister decides to fight back wants to live life for herself and not wanting to be a organ donor without her parent's permission. The sisters both have a journey and have a rough road but do have good times together.
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