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Action / Comedy / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 453

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 26, 2021 at 04:06 PM


Nathan Witte as Greg Cooper
Natalie Dreyfuss as Abby Morel
Carmel Amit as Susan Danvers
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809.91 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 4 / 16
1.47 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 2 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gricey_sandgrounder 7 / 10

Predictable, but charming

For a TV movie, it was rather enjoyable. Rom-com is a genre that I personally find the least success in. But even though it covers a lot of cliche's and you exactly how it's going to end, there is a charm to it. The characters are likable and the writing has a sharp wit to it when it needs to.

Reviewed by beckygolden 9 / 10

Delightful modern day romance! 8 out of 10 stars.

Caught this little gem on the tele this past Sunday afternoon and enjoyed every minute of it. The story centres around aspiring editor Abby Morel and her exploits in trying to find her boss the perfect match, only to fall in love with the same man. Natalie Dreyfuss gives an absolutely charming and endearing performance and is surrounded by a strong supporting cast, including the handsome Andrew Dunbar. Ultimately, it is a made for tv movie, so the twists and turns are somewhat predictable, but the characters and witticisms had me smiling from beginning to end.

Reviewed by Jackbv123 9 / 10

This surprised me

The Hallmark style rom/coms are all mostly the same dozen or so plots with another couple dozen plot devices jumbled in. As a result, for me, the ones that I'm most likely to enjoy will have one or two of my favorite actors. Sometimes the writing and dialogue will do the trick, but usually it's the chemistry between the leads.

I never heard of Natalie Dreyfuss or Andrew Dunbar, but the idea of finding a date for Abby's boss appealed to me as something to pass the time while I exercised. Was I pleasantly surprised!

The writing and dialogue is better than average. The dialogue is witty. Some of the situations are quirky. Overall, this isn't the most original story since it boils down to the anonymous recluse author being right in front of Abby's face. (The audience learns this fairly early.) And a lot of the things that develop are mostly predictable including the conflict and the general outcome.

The gem is Natalie Dreyfuss and to a certain extent her chemistry with Andrew Dunbar. Abby is fun. She is self deprecating, but underneath she is confident. She wants to be honest. Dan is also a good guy. The supporting cast is decent except for Christian Sloan who plays a cardboard head partner.

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