Written July 10, 2009
I was able to see My Sisters Keeper on the opening night of 6/26/09, which is also my birthday.
I was amazed at how closley the movie resembled my own story with my daughter, (Tracy) who passed away on 4/20/09 at the young age of 23 from a long term illness. My daughter had all of the same symptons, emotions, highs and lows, struggles, and even down to the same name of the hospital that the daughter in the movie was treated at .
My daughter always told me that she wanted to write about her life story and share her feelings and emotions she had to endure through 13 of her 23 years. I feel that Tracy wrote this movie from up above to share with all.
This is one of the best birthdays I have ever had. So I thank everyone in the movie for the roles you played and how real you made the movie out to be.
Keep fighting for your children and love them every day, for you never know what tomorrow will bring.
Reenie from Chicago
Written April 29, 2009
I'm soooo excited that this is going to be a movie!!!! The book is AMAZING!!! I cried and cried and cried!!! I'm am definitely going to go see this!
Written July 16, 2009
I was crying in the first 5 min till the very end, happy and sad tears. I took my 9 yo daugher and she loved it also, it is a great message about life and living to your fullest. Loved it! a Must see
Written June 26, 2009
My daughter and I rushed out to the midnight performance and enoyed the movie all the way up to the end, I don't want to disappointed you and give any thing away BUT the just of the story leads up to the end and then the change comes. WISH it would have ended like the book.......
Written June 29, 2009
If you read the book your going to hate the movie.
If you didn't read the book your going to like the movie.