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|Boynton Beach Club|
Actors: Dyan Cannon, Joseph Bologna, Brenda Vaccaro, Len Cariou, Sally Kellerman
Director: Susan Seidelman
Recently widowed Marilyn (Brenda Vaccaro), still reeling over the sudden death of her husband, finds an unexpected new circle of friends when she accepts an invitation to join The Boynton Beach Bereavement Club. While not ... more »
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Claudia F. (Claudia413) from COCONUT CREEK, FL
Reviewed on 3/23/2009...
Cute movie about single active adults trying to put their lives back together. Celebrate life love and finding happiness again in this heartwarming comedy that proves 60 is the new 40. We thoroughly enjoyed the movie.
I Loved it!
Sandra R. Lenore | Smithfield, RI | 01/06/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I may not be ready to retire, nor do I plan to do so in Florida, but the movie's sweetness, honesty, and genuine situations are those I"m sure I'll be reintroduced to wherever I end up.If you've ever been to Boynton Beach, or any retirement community nearby, you'll agree that the movie characters are caricatures of themselves...and exactly what you'll see....facelift city (the state's motto will soon be "State of Perpetual Surprise"), glitz, gab, diamonds and baubles. Most true to real life are the friendships and personal lives of the lonely widows/widowers, kept busy with classes and activities, new and old friends/..like a daycamp. I laughed and cried. Excellent writing, superb directing, and just pure fun."
Boynton Beach has it all...
MovieMaven | NY | 01/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Boynton Beach Club is what great movies are all about: entertaining and (very) funny, yet insightful and serious when appropriate, and with characters you get to know and love. The movie's cast of seasoned and excellent actors and the compelling storylines make this movie appealing to people of all ages. Enjoy!
Great for ANY age
Charlotte Licker | 02/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Alot of these reveiws said that they liked this movie but that it was only for the baby boomers. I am definitly not a baby boomer! Ill be just turning 19 this year and I absolutly loved this movie! I first saw it with my grandparents and I found it hilarius!! I may have never lost a spouse, or had a spouse, but beyond that this movie is just about people and it was those emotions that I could relate to. I have since dragged many of my equally youthfull friends to this movie and they have all loved it!! If a bunch of college freshmen could look past the wrinkles to see this amazing movie im sure the middle aged crowd can as well."