The Love Letter

Yeah. OK. This very peculiar romantic comedy is full of flaws, but it might just be unusual enough to think about catching on cable. Kate Capshaw stars as a bookshop owner in a small, seaside New York town who discovers a love letter. She thinks that it was meant for her, and all she has to do is figure out who it's from. The major problem with this film is that it tries really hard to be offbeat and fun, but the director failed to make it click. It still makes mild entertainment.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Kate Capshaw, Gloria Stuart, Ellen DeGeneres, Blythe Danner, Geraldine McEwan, Julianne Nicholson, Thomas Everett Scott, Tom Selleck, Bill Buell, Alice Drummond, Erik Jensen, Margaret Ann Brady, Jessica Capshaw

Directed by:

Peter Ho-Sun Chan


1999 romantic comedy

Rated PG-13


Don Ignacio's score: C+

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