Flirting with Forty Reviews
I like a romantic story as much as the next person, and I am the same age Heather portrays here, so it's not like I think a romance has to star teens or beautiful people in their 20's (though Heather was beautiful, honestly she's got that puffy plastic look here - I think she'd have looked better with a few wrinkles), but this is unrealistic and feels false.
Lilt bit touchy at the last chapter; when Kyle visits Jackie one day before Christmast Eve.
You know surf wisdom says that you gotta swim out of your comfort zone to catch the wave that's gonna change your life. -Kyle.
A woman is divorced and lives the hard life as a single mom of two. When she turns 40 she reaches a turning point of her life and realizes that she really can enjoy all the aspects of her life, she meets a much younger attractive surfer and her friends begin to worry about her choice and think that she's reached a midlife crisis. She is happy and in love, could life be any better?
I thought this movie was very romantic and sweet, and it raises some good points about age differences and love. I liked it because I felt like I could very easily relate to the story. I also must mention that Heather Locklear looks as great as ever.
And when you think of it, the movie is good in showing what some people will go through for love. So although it is more of a romance movie and a chick flick, if you get to see it, I hope you can enjoy it too. And for the guys, Heather Locklear in swimwear you will enjoy. ;)