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The Lake House (2006)


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4 out of 10 enjoyable
Owen from Mayo, 27 Apr 2007
Okay, being a bloke I enjoy explosions, car chases etc. I am not a big fan of Ms Bullock and tho Keanu trys hard his acting is a bit wooden(and is in most of his films imo). However, despite being biased, I really enjoyed this movie. The story line is clever without being too complicated and the two main characters developed well over the course of the movie. Guys, this is a very watchable film which makes it a very easy way to score brownie points with your other half.
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4 out of 10 Top Banana
Mark from Dublin, 03 Oct 2007
Ok so I really enjoyed this movie despite it being a bit of a chick flick, my misery made doubly worse by the fact that my girlfriend had to explain the last part of the film as I had a thick moment and she hasn't let that one lie. Overall a good movie for both leading lights.
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3 out of 10 Full of suspense
Maria from Meath, 03 Sep 2007
It is a classic love story and very girly, but what I liked most is that it keeps your attention and isn't predictable. Bullock and Reaves have a good chemistry. The feeling I got watching it reminded me of decades ago watching 'ghost' with Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.
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2.5 out of 10 Slow
Mark from Galway, 27 Aug 2008
Unusual story, bit strained in story line although you can see what the director is after. Romantic, comedy nonsense. Similar to ghosts in tempo and action without the humour. Not dire but not great cinema either. One for the girls
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2 out of 10 That sinking feeling
Bernie from Dublin, 14 Apr 2008
Watchable chick flick. Tries too hard to be a classic but would be a nice gesture, and win you extra brownie points, if you rented it for the romantic in your life ( bonus points if you watch it with them)
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What's it about....
An independent-minded doctor (Sandra Bullock) who once occupied an unusual lakeside home begins exchanging love letters with its newest resident, a frustrated architect (Keanu Reeves). When they discover that they're actually living two years apart, they must try to unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance before it's too late.








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