I totally enjoyed this movie, not because of Michelle Pfeifer, or Treat
Williams, or any of the bigger name actors that were involved in it. I felt
that a few of these roles may have been overacted a bit, but due to the
subject matter, that is totally understandable.
My bright spot in the film was young Jonathon Jackson, who, it seems, may
eventually eclipse the stardom of Leonardo DiCaprio for the younger set.
Jonathon is amazing, as his work in this film and his continued run as Lucky
Spencer on General Hospital show and I will be looking very forward to
seeing him in many movies in the future..
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i cry and cry with this movie.
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Michelle Pfeiffer, beautiful as usual.
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I have find "The End of the Ocean" a very touching and heartwarming movie. This is a must see movie for all escpecially to all mothers like me..
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very touching story.
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I have seen this movie twice; once before and once after I read the book it
is based on. I liked it better the first time. The book was more enjoyable
than the movie; several smaller plotlines that helped make the book so good
(in my opinion, at least) were left out of the film. Michelle Pfeiffer
played Beth Cappadora, the grieving mother, very well, but it just wasn't a
very likeable character to me, even though one or two of the smaller
plotlines seemed to have been left out of the movie to make it easier to
sympathize with Beth. It seemed to me like John Kapelos and Alexa Vega, who
played George Karras and the older version of Kerry Cappadora, respectively,
were sorely underused. The film seemed to be going into the subject of how
George Karras felt when Sam/Ben goes back to the Cappadoras, but didn't get
far enough for me. My favorite plotline in the film was the relationship
between brothers Vincent (Jonathan Jackson) and Ben Cappadora (Ryan
Merriman). They are both very talented and are the main reason I liked this