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The Five People You Meet in Heaven

May 25, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

  • ISBN13: 0707729170938
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
On his 83rd birthday, Eddie, a war vet and a maintenance worker at the Ruby Pier Amusement Park, dies while trying to save a girl who is sitting under a falling ride. When he awakens in the afterlife, he encounters 5 people with ties to his corporeal existence who help him understand the meaning of his
Based on the bestseller by Mitch Albom (Tuesdays With Morrie), The Five People You Meet in Heaven takes up where It’s A Wonderful Life left off. In the Capra classic, George Bailey gets a vision of life without him. In this Hallmark Hall of Fame production, Eddie (Jon Voight), an amusement park maintenance man and war veteran, ends up in Heaven after an accident takes his life. There h… More >>

The Five People You Meet in Heaven


5 Responses to “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”
  1. a bore-to-death movie with a snail-crawling tempo of meaningless flashbacks. heaven and earth, people you loved, fought together, died earlier than you….blahblahblah, trying so hard to be deep but just turned out so hollow and shallow. these kinda movies have already played thousand times. god, afterlife, heaven, hell…all but we pathetic humans just trying to hold on to a limited lifespan, dream up something like heaven, afterlife, going back to where you came from. when your refrig, your car, your tv gone bad, died on you, you just throw them away. did you ever dream up there are heavens for refridgs, cars or tvs? so you love your dog, so when it died earlier than you, you dreamed up a heaven for your dog, an afterlife for your beloved dog. then came the time when your loved one died, or you become so old that in any day of time, you’re gonna die, then you dream up a heaven, an afterlife for your loved one and your own self. yeah, how convenient. the earth is just a globe in space, when you look up to the sky, is it real up, or it’s actually down? when you still got this kinda thinking, when looking up and thought it heaven, you are just still on the stage of thinking the earth is flat, so there must be an up and a down. give me a break, will you? so this eddie was crashed to death and became a meatloaf patty, since he’s worked as an repairman in an amusement park, so he got to go to an amusement park heaven? he got to replay his whole life story once again in his afterlife? give me a break. this movie and its original novel are nothing but a simple-minded ridicule.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. this is a crass emotional manipultion..all be it well produced manipulation that gives the viewer a warm fuzzy feeling while very slyly promoting war..suggesting war is a duty to your country or what have you.

    At the same time manipulting the viewers emotions very very effectively.

    War is mass indescriminate death of fooled young men and innocent civilians directed by millionaires who’s prime purpose is to profit from the killing.

    Think for a minute about what you’re being told behind this mass of emotional manipulation.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Bebelle says:

    Hmm Randy Hamilton I wonder if you are refering to yourself in point 5. Talk about having no life.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. B. Cramer says:

    Complete waste of my time. The only good thing about this movie is Ellyn Burstyn and Jon Voight. That’s it. I’m glad I only rented it. The title sounded so good too. Sad.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Jimmy Jett says:

    This DVD Sucked Big Time! I wasted my money, wait till it is free, It is awful.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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