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Terms of Endearment

It's a film that gives a look at 30 years of relationship between Aurora Greenway (McLean) where the relationship has gone wrong. Her daughter Emma (Wenger) is still struggling and Aurora is looking for love. Emma may have marriage problems where the relationship is more troubled
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
March 16, 2008 The tragi-comedy never made me reach for my hankie, never tickled my funny bone and it never found a way into my heart.
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Total Film
January 10, 2014 Its soppy story is freed from cheap tear-jerking by Brooks' confident direction, Larry McMurtry's poignant script and a flawless ensemble.
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Common Sense Media
January 02, 2011 Glossy, funny, and packs a real emotional wallop.
Chicago Tribune
January 18, 2013 Terms of Endearment is about three relationships and students of screenwriting would do well to study the way in which these three stories are told completely and effortlessly in a movie of average length.
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Time Out
June 24, 2006 Then The Illness strikes, and the film changes gear completely, pulling out all the stops and almost incidentally delivering one of the best-acted, most moving death-bed scenes in recent memory.
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Chicago Reader
December 17, 2006 [Writer-director James L. Brooks] has television in his soul: his people are incredibly tiny (most are defined by a single stroke of obsessive behavior), and he chokes out his narrative in ten-minute chunks, separated by aching lacunae.
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Christian Science Monitor
February 22, 2013 There's not enough substance to support the sentiment of this longish comedy-drama.
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TIME Magazine
February 20, 2009 Its quirky rhythms and veering emotional tones are very much its own, and they owe less to movie tradition than they do to a sense of how the law of unintended consequences pushes us ceaselessly through the years, permitting no pause for perspective.
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New York Daily News
February 22, 2015 It takes all of perhaps five minutes to fall in love with the leading characters in Terms of Endearment and from that point on, the audience is just putty in the extremely capable hands of writer-director James L. Brooks.
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February 20, 2008 Brooks' dialog is wonderful throughout and all the characters carry off their assignments beautifully, even down to Danny De Vito and Norman Bennett as MacLaine's other suffering suitors.
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Radio Times
February 22, 2013 This is American mainstream movie-making at its best.
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People Magazine
January 10, 2014 In his directorial debut, Brooks proves himself a master with actors.
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