Terms of Endearment
Drama • PG • 1983 • 2 hr 12 min
When a movie is called a classic, it’s usually for a reason. This is not the exception. One of the greatest ever.
Tearjerker, but well acted and methodically paced to wring out every drop of drama from the story
Spectacular performances all around. This slice of life feels wonderfully and sometimes tragically real.
Detailed with different scenarios, characters, and stories within the film, complex yet heart warming, beautiful yet heart wrenching, 5/5
Very good movie we’ll acted. I don’t remember there being a dry eye in the theater
Tolerable schmaltz, it is mostly fun enough to get you through the heavy stuff on the back end.
Sweet comedy about the relationship between a mother and daughter, well-written and well-acted
Great script and acting helped this movie stand out from others of its time. Does what a movie should do, experience emotion.
Devastating, but very excellent acting and writing
A comedy-drama movie of heart. A great script is funny and devastating. It doesn't insult our intelligence. Phenomenal casting.
Aurora, a finicky woman, is in search of true love while her daughter faces marital issues. Together, they help each other deal with problems and find reasons to live a joyful life.
Continuing the story of Aurora Greenway in her latter years. After the death of her daughter, Aurora struggled to keep her family together, but has one grandson in jail, a rebellious granddaughter, and another grandson living just above the poverty line.