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- Jenni Hall
I first saw this movie in the 90's,and it instantly became one of my favorite movies ever! The premise was so awful, yet the characters were so likable and anyone could relate at least to some extent. So funny and poignant. I recommend this movie to everyone!!!
same time next year
A true classic that doesnot age but mellows with time.
Laughed until I cried ... and then laughed again!
I saw this movie years ago and loved it so much I had to buy it. Thank goodness for TCM, as I bought it through them as soon as I realized it was for sale. Ellen Burstyn and Alan Alda were perfectly cast in this movie and give stellar performances. It's a must see. Leave your views on extra marital affairs at the door, and enjoy it for what it is, a wonderful story that made a seamless transition from stage to film, and will having laughing and crying .... and laughing again!
Same Time Next Year
It is one of my favorite movies. Too bad it never seems to be on T.V... Ellen and Alan were wonderfully casted in this movie. I loved how their characters changed and grew when they would see each other, once a year.Maybe TCM will show this movie.
lovers: Cleopatra and Julius Caesar
Same Time, Next Year (1978) is a wife's fantacy of her husband that she believes is her soulmate, only on her own faith. It is tragedy of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar in love in popular culture.
Wonderful timeless comedy. This movie is for anyone who has had a relationship over many years. The wonderful acting and witty dialog make this movie worth seeing time and time again.
- Robert Riker
There are few films worth watching again and again but Same Time Next Year qualifies. A brilliant screenplay combined with the wonderful characterizations provided by Alda and Burstyn keep the viewer engaged with both tears and laughter. Ellen Burstyn should have won the Acadamy Award for her role. The theme song by Marvin Hamlish and sung by Johnny Mathis/Jane Olivor fits so wonderfully well. Highly recommended for a romantic evening where a little levity is welcomed. A good snuggle-up film.
classic must see
- penny willis
one of my all time favorites a little silly but if you,ve been married as long as i have you'll get a kick out of this film!!!!i recomend it highly!!!!!