The Lunchbox

By pcampuzanohere
Written March 29, 2014
This movie is gentle, sweet and funny. It gives the characters time to feel, to react to each other, to change, to grow. Not the camera nor the plot rushes them. In their loneliness, two people dare to open theirs hearts. With each note they write each other their mutual understanding deepens and grows making them more capable of love.
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too short a movie

By BOLLYWOULDGO
Written March 15, 2014
thinking the director may write a sequel as it left us hanging and wanting more for the movie, did not like the ending, hope there is a follow up
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Lunchbox was a delight to all senses!

By momomo2
Written March 18, 2014
Actors were fascinating to watch, and the view into the life of another city, the sights and sounds were so vivid. I almost felt I could taste the food too. Cinematography beautifully done. Story unfolded slowly, compelling despite its analog pace in the world of paper and pen. A different world from mine, yet I took thoughtful encouragement from their own thoughtful confrontations with life. For adults and very mature teens. A gem!
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The Lunchbox

By ljbroth
Written March 03, 2014
This movie was charming, funny, poignant -- delved into themes of loneliness, aging, self awareness, and courage. Loved this movie on so many levels!! Impeccable acting, believable characters, excellent in all respects.
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Beautiful--both sad and optimistic

By rschechter222
Written March 30, 2014
This was an incredible movie. I felt like I knew the characters and understood them personally. The scenes of India also gave such a realistic view of everyday life in Mumbai--fascinating.
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