The Bucket List Synopsis
Two terminally ill men escape from a cancer ward and take a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die.
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Movie Reviews

An Absolute Must See! Fabulous!

By GearMaven
Saw this movie tonight at free screening in San Francisco and was wowed! As were all the folks clapping at the end of the movie. This is a keeper! Such wonderful acting by both Nicholson and Freeman....

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By mrspenney
I was awarded a $25 gift certificate from your company. My wife and I purchased two tickets at $6.50 each + a $1.00 service charge each for a total of $15.00. When I went to use the other $10...


By vbandhak123
classic movie...

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By bertdog
It was exactly as expected. Both the actors roles were perfect for their character. Had well meaning content, which we need to see more of today. I'd go see it again. My husband agrees :) We...

Beautifully Charming

By Moo-VFanatic
Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson are a match made in movie performances! This movie will make you see the life in living each day. Both characters (Freeman, Nicholson) are hospitalized with cancer,...

A great see.

By KrimsonRose
This movie was awesome. With the previews and other reviews I expected more of a sappy movie, but there was tons of comedy. The end did make me cry but the rest of the movie made me laugh.My...

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By Donastrong
I took my mother who is 83 with me to see this movie. Jack Nickelson & Morgan Freeman were fantastic better two could have been choosen. If you drink coffee, there is a scene that you...


By ricknjin
purty good...

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By dlesicko
A little slow at first-setting up the story, but then became very humorous and well worth it....

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By Gomerwiz
It was a very good movie and a twisted you didn't expect. I enjoyed it very much....

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Rated PG-13 | For language, including a sexual reference
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Bittersweet dramedy approaches death with humor.
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