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It's not perfect, but what the hell is perfect anyways
Lovely little understated Irish Romcom
I'm not too sure what's wrong with this film. I usually like this kind of films but to this one, I couldn't pay attention ...
A nice film. Flimsy plot. Characters you actually route for. Not overly long!
A nice little rom-com coproduction by the Irish and Luxembourg a Film boards and starring Brian Gleeson son of Brendan as a likeable young Irish lad working at Dublin Airport customer services desk who is reunited with an old flame from the U.S. Played by Canadian actress Jessica Pare. As she has to spend the night in Dublin they agree to have a night on the town. One for a nice night in with your better half.
A refreshing version of the standard Rom-Com.
A small Irish gem but the two leads didn't have a lot of chemistry. 2 people meet a few years ago in Ireland and then hook again years later as he works in an airport and she had standby. Dublin looked good. It reminded me of Once without music
What would you do if your ex turned up at your work after so many years
Awkward but fun
i may be a little partial to rom/coms, especially ones where you let someone go and they come back (because i kind of lived that story myself), but i really liked this film. there are a few dull moments, but overall the film kept me engaged. the acting was good, and the chemistry was great, just an overall good movie. if you enjoy rom/coms, you will for sure love this one.
Quite refreshing, but a bit too dry.