Love Is All You Need 2013 Synopsis
A woman with cancer loses her hair and meets a widower who blames the world for his wife's death.
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stop and smell the lemons

By lydel55
It is a pleasure to see a film with the theme of an unrehearsed romance. I believe both of the lead actors are convincing because of their own personal loss. Although I don't always like subtitled...

Love is All You Need, might have been called It's Never Too Late

By laughrob
Sweet, fun, funny, full of great characters, esp. Trine Dyrholm the leading lady. She is beguiling and riveting. Mostly shot in Italy which I why I went. That and Pierce Brosnan who never disappoints....

Amazing Romance for Baby Boomers

By pedsarq
Two parents on their way to their child's wedding in Italy crash in a parking lot and set off one of the most romantic stories I've ever seen for the fifty-plus moviegoer. The whole movie flows very...

Joy to the eye and food for thought

By Ghaleb
Perhaps not a terribly ingeneous plot or setting, but the transcultural, old and new, and chracter study make this movie a pleasure to see, while going through a well knit plot. A pleasure to see,...

Love Is All You Need

By ellenlv
This movie has a great story. Lots of laughter, some drama and love for family. I enjoyed it so much, I saw it two weeks in a row. Not many movies I would ever want to see twice , but this was one....

Love is all you need

By kennethbowman
Film did not hang together, character development had serious plausibility problems. This was not a romantic comedy...

Love is all you need

By Charles Berky
A "feel good" movie for a change...

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Terrific movie!

By mugglesmovies
Wonderful grown-up love story. International flavor. Great choice of actors. Loved Pierce Brosnan in this one. Beautiful scenery....

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Rated R | For Brief sexuality, nudity and some language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Older teens, adults can say "I do" to wedding dramedy.
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