Mona Lisa Smile (DVD, 2004)
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- jessjent33Feb 23, 2016by
love this movie!
Arrived quickley and in great condition!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- anitadanforthApr 08, 2013by
lovely movie, beautiful location, nice bunch of young women acctress.
lovely movie. beautiful location.
julia roberts is a class act. and the girls with her, are pictures of the times. great mid-century dresses and sets.
you don't know we have changed until you look back.
it was a different time.
- bribri114Nov 29, 2010by
One of my favourites!
I remember really wanting to rent this when it first came out due to all of the great actors who star in it. After seeing it I just had to buy it as it's one of those amazing films you still think about after watching it. It's got a beautiful storyline set in the 1950's that will make you laugh and cry throughout. Very fun & entertaining dialog with superb acting by everyone. Julia Roberts does a great job as usual. This is a film you definitely don't want to pass up, I highly recommend it.
- hsnqueenMay 06, 2008by
Going back in time!!!
These days..young girls entering college have education and careers on their minds...but back in the 50's..women were looking for Mr Right as well as getting a degree..which wouldn't serve them much if they wanted to have a home and family. It shows a women in her senior year of college..who tells the professor...Julia Roberts...that she doesn't have to attend classes in order to pass...and everyone knows that planning a wedding and setting up an apartment is more important than attending art classes. Back then...women were not encouraged to use their minds. Julia Roberts tried to make them see they have minds..and can pursue careers when they graduate..or even go beyond 4 years of college for higher education. It is a great glimpse into the yesteryears which many women remember..and for those who don't have a clue as to what it used to be like...this will give a good idea how far women have come. Watch and enjoy...maybe with a woman who went thru that time period and can attest to what it was like..back then!!!!Read full review
- 105353470@delet...Jan 01, 2010by
Review title?BecauseJuliaRobertshasagreatsmile, the
It's a great movie. The title review field doesn't allow for too much typing. I was trying to say that Julia Roberts does indeed have a wonderful smile, like the famous paining, so I think the title was so appropriate. The movie depicts wonderfully the type of students that would attend Wellesley and the era! I loved the scenes, from the snobbish mother (Betty Warren's mother) to the lost soul character that played the teacher who taught poise - forgotten her name! The final scene, students on bikes saying good by was a really sad scene. A wonderful movie indeed all around. The acting and the scenes.
Did I misspell Wellesley?