Reviews

  • Dec 04, 2018

    two unknown leads minus Katie LeClerc who's actually not in the movie that much which is a shame the music in this is so goofy and cartoonish but both Chloe and Jeff work tremendously off each other Chloe's point of view goes all the way back to July 4th when she met Jeff, from there they gave it a shot to be together yet she acted as more of a goofball while he was a serious businessman for his father it also doesnt help that his own father disapproves of her immaturity and inability to act like an adult, but Jeff loves her spontnaeity and free spirit it's just that at the moment they dont want to spend the holidays alone and being judged by their friends and family so they concoct a plan to put up a visage of still being together it changes things in several ways, some good some bad you can only stay away from someone for so long before you realize maybe it's impossible

    two unknown leads minus Katie LeClerc who's actually not in the movie that much which is a shame the music in this is so goofy and cartoonish but both Chloe and Jeff work tremendously off each other Chloe's point of view goes all the way back to July 4th when she met Jeff, from there they gave it a shot to be together yet she acted as more of a goofball while he was a serious businessman for his father it also doesnt help that his own father disapproves of her immaturity and inability to act like an adult, but Jeff loves her spontnaeity and free spirit it's just that at the moment they dont want to spend the holidays alone and being judged by their friends and family so they concoct a plan to put up a visage of still being together it changes things in several ways, some good some bad you can only stay away from someone for so long before you realize maybe it's impossible

  • May 13, 2017

    low budget...cute romantic comedy about two people who meet when one crashes into the other one but when one is less likely to grow up than the other..but their families really like each other...do they pretended to be together through those big holidays: thanksgiving.christmas.new years eve.

    low budget...cute romantic comedy about two people who meet when one crashes into the other one but when one is less likely to grow up than the other..but their families really like each other...do they pretended to be together through those big holidays: thanksgiving.christmas.new years eve.

  • Mar 17, 2017

    Low budget, horrible acting and same plot done over and over again by Hallmark and Lifetime

    Low budget, horrible acting and same plot done over and over again by Hallmark and Lifetime

  • Dec 18, 2016

    y'alllllll what the f**k did I just watch? I don't even know where to begin. Please stop letting Vine stars from doing anything other than six second videos. I have to imagine that the only reason this movie found its way to the production stage was because of the connections both Manon Mathews and her father have. The comedy was incredibly contrived and the acting was just honest to god the worst. It's especially hard to take the movie seriously when the only acting experience 80% of the cast has is the six second videos they make on Vine. Don't waste your time. And you know, why stop there? Don't even waste your time on their Vines.

    y'alllllll what the f**k did I just watch? I don't even know where to begin. Please stop letting Vine stars from doing anything other than six second videos. I have to imagine that the only reason this movie found its way to the production stage was because of the connections both Manon Mathews and her father have. The comedy was incredibly contrived and the acting was just honest to god the worst. It's especially hard to take the movie seriously when the only acting experience 80% of the cast has is the six second videos they make on Vine. Don't waste your time. And you know, why stop there? Don't even waste your time on their Vines.