Moonlight Mile User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.97

Current Rating: 3.97

based on 375 votes and 13 reviews

Rate this Movie
  • Movie Rating 52.01%
  • Movie Rating 26.54%
  • Movie Rating 4.02%
  • Movie Rating 1.61%
  • Movie Rating 15.82%

User Reviews

Viewing 1 to 10 of 13 reviews

  • a curious melange of talent, ranging from a wonderful performance form Susan Sarandon to a typically OK Dustin Hoffman characterization to a surprisingly glum and noncommittal effort from the younger actor - almost as if he could not get a real fix on the character. The result was uneven dramatically, and unsympathetic to the young man`s character. Some nice thoughts toward the end of the movie, but presented in a very preachy fashion. Thus, the movie tried very hard to be likeable, but my response was mixed.
  • I thought this movie was too over dramatic and depressing.
  • Sometimes, it`s hard to find a place you can fit in because you`ve already belonged to somewhere. Sometimes, it`s hard to realize you received something from somebody because you`ve already had it. Sometimes, it`s hard to know who you really are because you are who you are. Sometimes, it`s hard to feel whether you love someone because you`ve already fell in love. This movie told me those little but very important things.
  • This movie was very slow moving. Almost painful to watch at times and I don`t mean that in a good way. It begs the question, when movie dies who is going to grieve for the audience?
  • Boring, cliche, nothing new or special. Acting is good, but ther movie is overly predictable and typicaly american.
  • Mature women will love it~ but... I don`t think grils will like it too much...
  • "Tackles the difficult subject of grief and loss with such life-embracing spirit that the theme doesn`t drag an audience down." -- Kirk Honeycutt,
  • There are wonderful moments of humor, and demonstrations of humanity, strength, and the resilience of the human spirit." -- Paul Clinton, CNN
  • wonderful

Moonlight Mile

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  146 min.
Release Date: September 27, 2002
DVD: March 11, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 3.97
based on 375 votes and 13 reviews
Rate Movie | Read all user reviews

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon, Holly Hunter, Ellen Pompeo, Aleksia Landeau