Love Is All You Need Reviews
"Love Is All You Need" starts spectacularly tone deaf, and spends the rest of its time fruitlessly trying to find one consistent tone in two different countries. That is, as subplots have the movie going in every direction at once while getting nowhere quickly. And then there is Pierce Brosnan whose first, second and third instincts are to Cary Grant his way out of every situation while in this case playing a man who is supposedly dead inside. At least, the Italian scenery is very nice to look at, even while the human characters threaten to ruin the view at every turn.
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Love is All You Need.
It is a beautifully engaging romance mired by far too many sub-plots. The two leads are brilliantly matched, but the rest of the film weighs it down as a whole. Less of the sub-plots and more of the burgeoning relationship would have made this an excellent film.
If anything it is good for spot the Nordic Noir actor.