Jenna (Merritt Patterson) and Charlie (Jack Turner) found love in Ireland but their dreams drove them apart. Five years later, they reunite and Jenna has to decide where her heart belongs - back home or in the Emerald Isle.
Steven R. Monroe
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A remake of "Roman Holiday" will be filmed in Rome and an unknown woman is chosen to play the lead. Once in Rome, she meets a reporter/porter/waiter/aspiring novelist, who gets the exclusive story on her. Roman romance?
Cate's mom is setting up dates for her CEO daughter. When she meets Gabe a week before Christmas, she assumes, he's a date, but he's a corporate recovery consultant for her candy cane company. He's also single.
Andrew W. Walker,
Stephanie is the type of woman who does not put herself out there in the fear of rejection or the worst happening. That's why her bosses at the Los Angeles job recruitment firm where she works are interviewing for the open vice-president position, which she thought was hers. That's why she didn't fight for the relationship with her ex-boyfriend Matt, who has just announced his engagement to someone else. And that's why she tells the show's head producer Donna that she wouldn't be right to appear on The Only, a reality dating show where her friend Lisa, who works for Donna, signed her up to be in the running as the "bachelorette" for this upcoming season. It is largely because Stephanie doesn't believe in the fairy-tale of finding love on such a show that Donna offers her the role for this season. Lisa is able to convince Stephanie to take the role if only for remote possibility of love - which can only happen if Stephanie opens herself up to the possibility - and to have a two week ...Written by
Start with an experienced talented cast, add the perfect location, then add a brilliant but different story. Now you have the possibility of a ten star movie.
This one does not deserve ten stars because of some missing ingredients. First is chemistry between the lead characters. It was almost absent partly because the makeup department failed in their job. No woman wants to spend time getting her makeup perfect then go kiss a porcupine. Sam did not have a beard, he had a dirty face with 3 days of stubble on it, so no kissing until a mandatory kiss at the end. The most important missing element was Love. She cared more about her job than she did him, and he loved his ranch more than her. That is not Love and therefore not a ten star movie.
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