Dustin Hoffman's joie de vivre shines through

By janniebeth
Written July 30, 2015
Loved this movie. It so reflects its director's consciousness -- funny, bawdy, a bit over the top, and his love of music --he's a great pianist-- elevates it .
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Wonderful and Funny!

By greywolf152
Written March 29, 2015
This is a touching movie about aging and trying to maintain the status quo! I found the romance and humor in it to be delightful! The actors were such wonderfully human characters. And each scene keeps you guessing and waiting for more! I highly recommend this movie for the elderly and middle age groups-it is a realistic view of getting older and dealing with the changes in life-style during retirement. It also shows that love of the heart and love of true friends never dies! I give it a 5 star rating! Excellent!
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By glenysmenace
Written March 26, 2015
A heartwarming movie with splendid actors. I didn't realize Dustin Hoffman had used actual musical performers of the past. I will see it again so I can see their before and now faces. Maggie Smith is wonderful as ever as well as the all a.ctors. I loved it
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Written May 03, 2013
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By csander66
Written April 25, 2015
Fantastic story, with great people in roles they worked perfectly. Dustin Hoffman directed the Quartet extremely well. Wonderful setting which made it all the more realistic. The whole cast was wonderful and giving the cameos of them at the end was a tribute to their talent and years of work. Hope it gets some Oscars.
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