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|Book of Days|
Actors: Wil Wheaton, Maureen Flannigan, Deborah Raffin, Isaac Hayes, John Reilly
Director: Harry Ambrose
Genres: Drama, Television
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Elizabeth B. (bethieof96) from NINETY SIX, SC
Reviewed on 8/18/2013...
This was an interesting movie with a kind of supernatural religious tone to it. Mans wife dies right after wedding, he's mad at GOD for letting people die. So he receives a book with the dates that everyone is due to die on. He sees what it's like to know that people are going to die and not to be able to do anything about it without consequences.
JoAnna S. from SPARKS, NV
Reviewed on 9/16/2012...
I am not sure this romantic movie was not more popular. Really good story line and good acting as well.
Krista C. from REFORM, AL
Reviewed on 1/25/2010...
This was a great movie. I had never heard of it before but thought it looked like it might be good and I like Wil Wheaton. It was a very good movie and I don't know why it isn't more popular.
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Protecting loved ones vs. financial gain
Melissa Lewis | 01/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A good family movie. After Wil Wheaton's wife is tragically killed on their wedding day, a mysterious book is delivered to him. In this book of days are names with corresponding dates of death. Will Wheaton must now decide whether to take the book and use it for his own financial gain, or to protect his loved ones from their fate and as a result lost years off of his own life. The DVD is less costly than the VHS and least expensive found here on Amazon.com so far."
Hello, Wil! How's it goin'? Bad? Why bad?
Melissa Lewis | MI, United States | 04/02/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You take Richard Grieco (yes, I said Richard Grieco), Wil Wheaton, and Isaac Hayes... sounds like a recipe for some sort of weird comedic stew, right? So imagine how surprised you'll be when you watch this movie and see that it actually rocks pretty hardcore. From the interesting premise (Wheaton's character receives the Book of Days, containing everyone's dates of death, and he then has to decide if he's willing to sacrifice his own time on Earth to save those he loves) to the lovely performances given by Hayes, Wheaton, and Maureen Flannigan, this hardly even feels like a made-for-TV movie.Forget "The Passion of the Christ"--this is what you should be seeing to reaffirm your faith."