3 thoughts on “The Age Of Adaline”

  1. A very satisfying and thought-provoking film. If I was asked to write a definition of “chick flick” for The Dictionary of the 21st Century, I would put a note… For example, see: “The Age of Adaline.” I don’t mean that in a derogatory way at all. It’s a fine film. I’m so glad I’ve seen it. It has very high production values in all areas and it tells a very universal and interesting story regarding time and chance and romance and values. It’s a good thing that Blake Lively is a fascinating actress because she’s in about…

  2. Winner of my rare 10 out of 10 Rating There are certain genres of film that almost always miss giving the audience what its looking for and the Romantic Fantasy is probably at the top of this list. The Age of Adaline, however, hits its mark beautifully. From the expansive yet intimate camera and direction style to the absolutely luminous presence of the film’s star; Blake Lively this film is a winner.Things I loved about the film:1. As mentioned above; Blake Lively… Her appearance, movements, voice timbre,…

  3. I usually hate them and take copious amounts of alcohol with me … I’m not a big romantic movie buff. In fact, I usually hate them and take copious amounts of alcohol with me when I’m forced to see one.That said, I did like this one as it really wasn’t over the top gushy. They could have gone more into the character and I think the snippets that were shown of Adaline’s life were minimal. I would have like to see more, though I know its clear she was closed off, so maybe that’s why they didn’t. There were also parts of the movie, that did a…

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