Summary: Of dear... maybe (just maybe) if I was over sixty and missed "the good old days" of trite, bland, insipid "comedies" about Caucasian movie stars who fall in love - like 'Sleepless in Seattle' and 'You've Got Mail' - then maybe, just maybe, I might find something - some one darn thing - to like about 'Larry Crowne.' I guess this is that kind of film they invented the word "nice" for. It stars the "nice" Mr.
Summary: alright an average story with Tom Hanks although he is a wonderful actor the story line didnt see that great Tom Hanks spark where all used to I heard somewhere that someone came up to him and told him they didntl like the movie so he refunded them there money back a genuine nice guy
Summary: My wife (12 year old son who is handsome and single) and I enjoyed this movie. Hanks on his journey through college and student life, Roberts on her journey through life's ups and downs having lost her passion for life and her work. The supporting actors were well cast with Mbatha-Raw showing her talent. There are a myriad of other journeys taking place with Fez from that 60's show like you'd never imagine him.
Summary: This is a pleasant and heartwarming, and sometimes nearly moving story of Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) who lost his job and who sought to equip himself with some skills so the same thing wouldn't happen again. Julia Roberts plays a very jaded college lecturer who's in an unhappy marriage with a man who's addicted to internet pornography. Larry has a makeover courtesy of a fellow student who takes an interest in him.
Summary: I really enjoyed this. I wasn"t expecting much but I had a really good laugh & thoroughly enjoyed this movie as I think everyone in the theatre did going by their laughter as well. even my 16 year old son enjoyed it which is saying something.