The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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...touching and genuinely romantic...
If Only this weren't one of the sappiest, stupidest, silliest, and most vacuously meaningless romantic comedies I've ever had the misfortune to waste 96 minutes of my life upon ... I'd have some nicer things to say.
it's too maudlin and depressing to make for a good romantic drama and it's way too sappy to work as a drama/thriller
I saw this movie about two-three year ago and I was very impressed with the whole story. The action happened in London, UK, where the beautiful American actress Jennifer Love Hewitt interpreting Samantha Andrews was studying music. She and her British colleague Paul Nicholls interpreting Peter made a beautiful couple, but they had problems; he was somehow being inattentively with her feelings until the moment she had an accident and died. He was devastated until he got another chance. The day that she died was repeated but with differences and the most important at the end of the day he made a sacrifice and saved her, giving his live in exchange. The hole thing about getting another chance of doing something different, better is great and captivated me..
A Romantic drama that seems to have been missed by most. Jennifer Love Hewitt and a few familiar English faces pop up in this. Set in London a man gets to relive a day in which things didn't work out between him and his girlfriend before she is in an accident. Will he be able to change the path of destiny and save her second time round? Quite similar but not quite as good as Sliding doors, which had the same type of plot and also set in London. If you like romantic films which deal with fate and destiny you will like this. Don't mistake it for a Rom-Com though, not much to laugh at here.
Good story.... It'll make u wanna cry watching this movie...
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