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In nineteenth-century Russia, a teenage boy in search of love is drawn to two very different women.... (Full plot summary below)

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In nineteenth-century Russia, a teenage boy in search of love is drawn to two very different women.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by William ArnoldIt's an expensive star vehicle that also happens to be a teary, unabashedly sappy, romantic comedy with every element as purely calculated to appeal to a heterosexual woman's romantic fantasies as an episode of "All My Children."
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Stephen WhittyOn a week when many people just want a good reason to put down their packages and smile for a couple of hours, P.S. I Love You arrives -- signed, sealed and delivered just on time.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Manohla DargisThe film is not a beautiful object or a memorable cultural one, and yet it charms, however awkwardly. Ms. Swank’s ardent sincerity and naked emotionalism dovetail nicely with Mr. LaGravenese’s melodramatic excesses.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 5/10 by Rick GroenThis sappy thing is a two-hour cheat that never plays fair for a nanosecond.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 5/10 by Steven ReaHarry Connick Jr. acquits himself best of the lot.
Washington Post - 5/10 by Desson ThomsonIf P.S. I Love You proves anything, it's that Hilary Swank may be a great actress, but she can't do cute.
Chicago Reader - 5/10 by Jonathan Rosenbaum"B.S. I Love You" would be a more accurate title.
USA Today - 5/10 by Claudia PuigThis misguided chick flick jumps through a lot of hoops just to state the obvious: "Life goes on, enjoy the time you have."
The Hollywood Reporter - 5/10 by Kirk HoneycuttThe film, written (with Steven Rogers) and directed by Richard LaGravenese, is long and drags in places. But the chief problem is that "P.S." feels like a gimmick.
ReelViews - 5/10 by James BerardinelliAside from the inept "August Rush," there probably isn't a more clumsily manipulative motion picture out there this holiday season than P.S. I Love You.

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