Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding was a quirky eccentric film. Jane Fonda as Grace was the perfect role for her. She played it with such ease that it was obvious that part of herself was reflected in the character. The essence of Jane Fonda's past definitely comes int...
Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding Reviews and Ratings
April 20, 2013
February 6, 2013
The characters in this movie were very dysfunctional and wonderful. There were plenty of laughs and tears in this one with a great ending to round out the entertainment.
December 20, 2012
Jane is a lot of fun but this is a meandering unfocused mess.
November 14, 2012
It's a feel good movie that wanted to be philosophical, but scenario weaknesses prevented that and just made it sappy. You're still going to be entertained and the story will surprise you simply because it doesn't hold the road very well. The dialogs are good enough, but the acti...
September 14, 2012
I had high hopes before watching this movie. The trailer made me believe that it was going to be funny and entertaining and a real feel-good movie that will make you appreciate yourself afterwards. This ended up being something completely different.
The beginning was very slow a...
September 5, 2012ThomasJayWilliams
A good cast is wasted in this yarn of liberal propaganda. I don't dislike fims about politics or religion as long as they don't beat a lifestyle over one's head ... and Peace, Love and Misunderstanding does exactly that with a hippie Woodstoke ode to liberalism. That this comes...
September 4, 2012
It was a funny movie for sure for being a drama as well but it was a godo story and great actors as well I enjoyed it
August 24, 2012
There seems to be a recurring theme of immediately predictable conclusions in this month's set of 30 Second Reviews, but no film fares worse as result of this than Academy Award nominated director Bruce Beresford's inexcusably dull, pseudo Hallmark movie-of-the-week. Playing off ...
July 1, 2012
Not the worst movie I have ever seen, but it lacks in story and performances. Jane Fonda was good, as was the Olsen twins' sister Elizabeth Olsen. Look for a cameo from Katharine McPhee! Wait for DVD or TV...we watched it via Xfinity on Demand.
June 8, 2012fb562609825
A little film with big laughs from a great ensemble cast. The storyline is about a family healing from past and current hurts and getting to the place of renewing their relationships. Limited release today...wide release on 6/15.