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Flower Girl (2009)

Flower Girl (2009)





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Idealistic florist Laurel (Marla Sokoloff) faces romantic woes when she's torn between two suitors (Terry Maratos and Kieren Hutchison). Her meddling grandmother (Marion Ross) thinks a handsome doctor is the perfect match for her granddaughter, but Laurel's not so sure.
Comedy , Romance
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Larry Levinson Productions


Marla Sokoloff
as Laurel Haverford
Marion Ross
as Rose Dumont
Kieren Hutchison
as Stephen Banks
Brook Kerr
as Brooke Harper
Terry Maratos
as Dr. Evan Cooper

Critic Reviews for Flower Girl

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (1)

Doesn't aim or claim to be more than pure escapism. That's plenty.

Full Review… | November 16, 2009
New York Daily News
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Flower Girl

This movie is pretty laughable. While it's not the worst movie I've ever seen, it's certainly not that great. It sure is a lot better than some of the Lifetime/Hallmark movies, but the premise happens to be a bit hackneyed. Typical female fantasy film fare. A lovestruck girl is struck between two guys, one of whom seems to be perfect and the other not so perfect. While her meddling grandmother pushes her toward the "perfect" guy, her heart seems to be screaming out for the seeming "badboy". After needlessly juggling the two throughout the entire movie, she ends up picking the mysterious "badboy" who's really not bad at all, but has just been misunderstood throughout the whole film. They end up happily ever after, with the grandmother eating her words. I mean, that's terrible about movies like this is that they're made for the slightly overweight, giving up hope on dating, twenty-something year old woman who wants it all. A rich, handsome, mysterious badboy who just seems like a philanderer, but really isn't. The typical guy they had a crush on in college who ended up just partying and sleeping around and never developing an actual real relationship with anyone. I don't understand why that fantasy is so potent, but it is rather annoying. Just like this movie.

Brian Dev
Brian Dev

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