My Sister's Keeper (12A)

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My Sister's Keeper
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Reviewer janetti59
28/06/2009
I would have loved to have given this a 5 star like I would the book however I can't. Why, well if you have read the book you will know it is a powerful story with a twist to the ending. The film although the acting of the characters was very good, where was the twist. This film could have been outstanding instead I felt like standing up and saying no no no this is not how it should be. I was left extremely dissappointed as were the people I went with who had not read the book. A story that was told amazingly ended like all the other sad films like it of the past.
If you have went to see this film based on the trailers you have seen then please lift up the book and again you will feel like saying no no no as it will end in a way you wouldn't believe.
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