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This film just scrapes two stars, mostly because the lead female is really quite good. The lead male has one moment of half-decent acting in the vineyard's fermentation room, but is otherwise pretty dire. The less said about the male second lead the better. He really didn't deserve the screentime he got, or even half of it.
The ending is rubbish too.
Utter rubbish! Reid Scott's Scottish accent is even worse than Russell Crow's attempt at an English accent in Robin Hood. It's like a (very) poor man's version of French Kiss - but without decent actors, scrip or soundtrack. Plus which, hardly any time is given over to actually being under the Eiffel Tower itself. Terrible.
Sad excuse of a movie. Pretentious and ineffective. How did they get the money to make it!
Terrible acting, awful accents, lack of storyline and an utter disregard for scripted dialogue make for a deeply uncomfortable, cringeworthy and unpleasant experience. The only relief is Walsh and the French countryside.
Absolutely unwatchable. Rented it for $5.99 and could only stand 30 min. Awful, boring, and tedious!
Not for everyone but bright, quirky, funny and warm. Lots of
subtle, quietly hilarious dialogue. Even if ending is cliched,all the rest makes it a very worthy view.
A lovely ride for Valentines Day! Whats better than Paris & France topped with a budding romance!
This is a movie that starts out promising but deteriorates quickly. There is only perfunctory character development as the writers are intent on getting to the fun stuff as soon as possible. And, the final scene on the train is an embarrassment, when our leading man returns to France to reclaim his woman. Such drivel. Both of them should have been thrown off the train.
Sweet rom com with some funny twists and turns. Matt Walsh is great in the leading role!
Great movie. Matt and Morgan Walsh were fantastic.