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The Lake House

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Through correspondence, Dr, Kate Forster and Alex Wyler, an architect, who live in different world, fall in love with each others, as she is the former tenant of his lake house, the thing that makes them struggle against saving their love and finding out a way to meet each others, and finally, they mange to overcome all that struggles.
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CRITICS OF "The Lake House"
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3BlackChicks Review
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August 21, 2006

A little under water, but it still floats.
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Hollywood Report Card
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August 02, 2006

Like all good romantic movies there's a beautiful house on the lake and a cuddly dog. Good dialogue, great direction, sweet cinematography and good acting -- even by Keanu.
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Movie Metropolis
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September 27, 2006

Maybe I'm just overly romantic or sentimental or just plain naive, but I probably liked The Lake House more than I should have.
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Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
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August 14, 2006

Endless implausibility, cheesy dialogue, and the inert personalities of its charisma-zapped leads conspire to doom this chilly magical mailbox love sham. Nice soundtrack, though.
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San Jose Mercury News

June 24, 2006

Bullock's decision to play Kate as a morose kill-joy is particularly inexplicable. She's getting letters from some hot architect through a hole in the time-space continuum, and yet her expression remains impassive, her voice flat, her outlook maudlin.
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Sci-Fi Weekly
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August 23, 2006

Time-travel films often bring up a lot of questions, and they often fall apart with thoughtful scrutiny, but that's part of the fun. However, one shouldn't be wondering that the only benefit these two have with this magical mailbox connection is that they
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Rolling Stone

November 24, 2006

I can't believe that even the most rabid chick-flick masochists wouldn't gag on it.
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Wall Street Journal
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June 19, 2006

I was hot to trot for the exit halfway through, but a dogged sense of duty kept me stuck in an endless present.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

June 19, 2006

Those wishing to suppress real-life traumas may submit to the deliriously stupid romantic time-travel drama The Lake House -- I did and had a jolly time.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

The Lake House demands a serious suspension of disbelief, but if you accept it as a romantic bit of nonsense, it has its pleasures.
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New York Observer
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June 28, 2006

I have always felt that both Ms. Bullock's patented expressions of anguish and Mr. Reeves' stoical minimalism have been somewhat underrated.
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