Meet Joe Black
Fantasy • PG-13 • 1998 • 2 hr 58 min
Thought-provoking and interesting storyline about what makes life meaningful.
The chemistry between the two leads is so strong and the romance so gentle. The ending that you have been dreading is actually touching
Idk what to say.. I just love this movie.. It's more of a drama than a rom, imo, touching even.. But also little cheesy & cringy at times 😅
Exquisite writing with emotional depth. A transcenant score particularly "That Next Place."
First time i watch it witm my mom and i cry . It's very good movie.
The soundtrack on this movie is absolutely beautiful. Thomas Newman did an amazing job.
The story was near perfect and dialogue was fantastic. A little too slow at limes, but the ending couldn’t have been paced any better.
I really like it, a bit long but keeps you engaged. It has a fair ending too.
3 hours long! It's a bit slow at times, but i also feel that it served its purpose for the characters.
Swoon worthy. Dont need to put so much mind to understand the proceedings. Simple and beautiful. The screenplay is steady and plain.
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