Benny & Joon
Comedy • PG • 1993 • 1 hr 38 min
So cute. A great portrayal of love and mental illness.
The blended Peanut Butter Crunch shake is not as good as it looks. The movie is pretty good, though!
It's beautiful; the quirk, the clothes, the perfomatic ways of Sam...
I'd say this is a good movie all in all. The characters are interesting and so are their interactions. Depp knocked it out of the park!
It was cute. Not my favorite but it has charm. Johnny is pure charisma, as usual.
For those who appreciate the intricacies of the human condition and are secret romantics at heart, it's perfect
Cute and humorous, a feel-good movie to watch when you’re feeling down.
I shamelessly rate this a 10/10 on account of it's a feel-good movie and I always feel good watching it. Has a heart and soul. Lovely.
Different. Kinda like a hipster movie before they were called hipsters.
The epitome of 90's quirky-romance 7/10 A wonderful film with heart & soul!
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