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Current Rating: 3.48

Current Rating: 3.48

based on 1443 votes and 78 reviews

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  • its the best romantic comedy film...
  • It was a lot better than I thought it would be. I love mostly all of Mark Waters movies. It had a nice story and ending and Mark Ruffalo is hot.
  • This film is a classic chick flick. When I say classic, I don`t mean it in a bad way. Like a lot of films that turn out to be good, this film was not marketed properly. I knew about it, but barely anyone I knew saw it. Any chick flick lovers should definatley check it out.
  • Funny & Romantic--Reese was great--Mark was great in a comedy role!
  • I usually like romantic comedies, but i did not like this one. I didn`t find it romantic or funny at all. I actually found this movie to be very boring...i tried to give it a chance and watch it a few times, but I always fell asleep watching it.
  • Pretty good chick flick. Gave it a 4/5 and I`m a guy. Recommend it to those guys whose woman wants to rent a chick flick.
  • I WATCH IT LAST NIGHT I FOUND SWEET JUST LIKE hAVEN IS THE SWEETIES MOVIE EVER MADE
  • Wow! I bought this DVD. I love this romantic movie. It was so sweet of Mark Ruffalo. He is the sum of all beauty in the human male. I want to believe that his inner qualities are as beautiful as his exterior ones. I wish, i will have that for my futrue husband!
  • I loved this movie. It was cute, fun, sad and I walked away believing in romance.
  • This movie was awesome....I cried I thought it was the best ever!!! Love it!! Mark is the best!!!

Just Like Heaven

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  94 min.
Release date:  September 16, 2005 | On DVD/VOD:  February 7, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.48
based on 1443 votes and 78 reviews
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Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo, Donal Logue, Dina Waters, Ben Shenkman, Jon Heder, Ivana Milicevic