P.S. I Love You.

A few weeks ago, I came across a copy of P.S. I Love You. Yes, I know, I know, I'm the last person on the planet who hadn't read that book. But having stumbled upon it, I gave it a go and rather enjoyed it - even if certain parts of it annoyed me a tiny bit. The idea in itself is really quite sweet, and I liked all of the characters.

This evening, I remembered I had the film waiting around to be watched, so decided to give that a go. I wasn't convinced at the beginning, because it's quite drastically different from the book, but it definitely grew on me. It helped having random conversations about it on Facebook, too. Gotta love film reviews from friends. As for the actors! The dreamy men! With accents! Phwoar. Gerard Butler is too cute, James Marsters (Spike!) is always gorgeous, and I'm secretly going to elope with Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

I do feel sad now though after watching it, and can't wait for the boy to come home. And I suddenly want to visit Ireland, quite badly. It's only an hour or so away, too ... one day, soon I hope. It looks absolutely amazing!


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9 comments:

Natalie said...

Never read the book, nor have I ever seen the movie. I suppose I might need to look into doing both... thanks for the recommendations!

Julie said...

I haven't read the book or seen the movie.

:)

London TOMORROW

Princess Extraordinaire said...

I really enjoyed that book/movie

katelin said...

i have yet to read the book but i really liked the movie even if i did leave the theater incredibly sad but happy at the same time.

Jen said...

I have the book, but I haven't read it yet. I just can't bring myself to do it, even reading the blurb makes me get a lump in my throat. I have this incredible fear of Cam dying, or someone else I love dying, and reading the book would mean thinking about that and lots of crying.

Jamie said...

I haven't read the book but the movie makes me cry :(

laurie said...

hey aly!!! glad you fnally read it!! (as if that book wasnt written about some of the events of my life) and hell yeah the movie is different...but i did cry for the 2 solid hours i last watched.. a bit of a sap that i am.
as for going to ireland...you are aware if you dont i will be forced to smack you!!! get your butt on ryan air and have some fun in the real world!!!
big hugs
l

Jenn said...

I loved the book so much more than the movie. I think it was a casting issue. I can't count the number of times I cried while reading it!

Aimee said...

I haven't read it either! so don't feel too bad. I have had it on my shelf for two months - it just hasn't made it to the top of the que.





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