All My Life Reviews

  • All My Life
    • Genre : Romance, Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : -
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Universal Pictures
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    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate

Movie Reviews

  • this is an inexcusably bad movie; All My Life is one of those film's that's almost ruined if one knows the conclusion, not because it won't tug at the heartstrings, but because of the film's bafflingly chipper execution
    1 of 5 by Andrew Parker [The Gate ]
  • the real life relationship between Jennifer Carter and Solomon Chau deserved a cinematic adaptation with an emphasis on doing the most with the time you have, where instead this hastily made romantic flick is one giant blunder
    Review rate : C- by Nate Adams [The Only Critic ]
  • Rothe and Shum Jr. have such nice, authentic chemistry; Although based on a real story, this new movie can't help but traffic in the same sort of earnest schmaltz that made that 1970 Oscar winner ("Love Story") such a crowd-pleasing weepie
    by Gary Goldstein [Los Angeles Times ]
  • Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr. star in the Marc Meyers film that always looks for ways to be unabashedly sentimental and proudly uplifting; "All My Life" is nothing if not pleasant and amiable as it makes its way down the road to heartwarming
    by Steve Pond [The Wrap ]
  • it's a pleasant surprise to report "All My Life" has some restraint when it comes to the inevitable sadness, and more importantly, actual respect in telling the story of these real people
    3 of 5 by Robert Kojder [Flickering Myth ]
  • charismatic leads can't quite pull off rushed love story; Bolstered by the sweet chemistry of its attractive leads, "All My Life" doesn't listen to its central message: Make the most of the time you have
    2.5 of 5 by Rachel LaBonte [ScreenRant ]
  • a young, happy couple carries on with hope after a devastating diagnosis in this terrific, tear-jerking true story; this three-hankie weepie holds a surprising amount of heart and hope to accompany all the cathartic crying
    by Courtney Howard [Variety ]

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