Molly Ringwald stars in a stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning movie. 59E59's production is the US debut of this play based on both Larry McMurtry's novel and James L. Brooks' screenplay. More…
'Terms of Endearment' traces the complicated relationship between a challenging mother, Aurora Greenway (Ringwald), and her equally stubborn daughter, Emma. A funny and heartbreaking story about love in the face of life's challenges, both large and small, this show examines the delicate and sometimes fractured bonds between mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, and lovers, both new and old.
See it if Completely in love with the movie but don't have the means to watch the film again.
Don't see it if You enjoy a good story or acting. There is not reason why this needs to be a play - there was nothing theatrical about it at all.
See it if you want to see a few good perfomances or if you are a fan of sappy melodrama.
Don't see it if you want something with more dimension. Although it's about serious topics (contentious mother-daughter relationship, death) if felt fluffy.
See it if Well acted, funny and sensitively done. Brown and Dunne were standouts. Although this is not the best play, it has something for everyone
Don't see it if You are tired of mother/daughter dramedy relationships, or if the movie was not to your liking.
See it if want to see an excellent cast attempt to get the same greatness the movie had, falls a bit short but is still enjoyable & worth seeing.
Don't see it if are expecting it to have the same depth the movie had.
Also Bring tissues!
See it if DO NOT SEE THIS FOR ANY REASON. The acting, the direction, the set, the writing ALL FAIL MISERABLY. One of the worst things I've ever seen
Don't see it if You love the movie. This play fails epically and never seems to actually do anything other than remind how good the movie really is
See it if you're a Molly Ringwald fan & you'd find it thrilling to see her up close in an intimate setting. Otherwise, it's nothing new or special.
Don't see it if you prefer something original that's not an adaptation of another work, in this case an Oscar-winning film easily found in your library.
See it if you like-the film-Molly Ringwald-romantic plays-family dramas-intimate venue..
Don't see it if you don't like-family centric plays. you want-a thought provocking piece-live music-intense dramatic performances (most are subdued).
See it if You love Molly Ringwald, she was consistent, fantastic, as amazing as she ever was. Story is beautifully retold, theater small, modern.
Don't see it if You want a big broadway show. You dont like an intimate, show experience. It was a wonderful night out
See it if you have nostalgic feelings/memories about the film, even though this is not even a shadow of that fine film!
Don't see it if You want to see a well-written lay- THIS IS AMATUERISH.