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Plot: Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were 5, so they couldn't possibly be right for one another...or could they? When it comes to love, life and making the right choices, these two are their own worst enemies. Runtime: 102 mins Release Date: 24 Oct 2014
This is my first review here so bear with me. As I'm sure most of you know, this movie is based on a novel Where rainbows end by Cecilia Ahern. It is just loosely based on it, because the story differs somewhat. I won't reveal anything else, to avoid spoilers. All I'll say is that it works because it captures the essence of the book. The chemistry between the two main actors is unbelievably good and the supporting cast is good as well. I warmly recommend this film to everybody. How probable the plot, that is up to a viewer to decide. It was for me. If you're a hopeless <more>
romantic, you're gonna enjoy this one. If you're a realist, you're probably gonna find certain situations a bit too much and out there. Nonetheless I left the theater with a smile on my face. The movie makes you believe that anything is possible and that one should never give up on hope.
I love a romantic comedy as much as the next girl. I go in fully expecting the cheesiness and I'm okay with that. But "Love, Rosie" was brilliant! Not only was it heartwarming, romantic and funny, it was dramatic with great moral lessons about friendship, family, honor, trust and responsibility. I came out of the cinema thinking "Wow, that was really worth my money." Lily Collins and Sam Clafin were both brilliant leads and they had heaps of chemistry together. I would recommend this film to anyone as they will love it. Girls, have no fear of your boyfriend complaining <more>
about being dragged to a romcom after this one. I think even HE will be rooting for Rosie and Alex to get together. 10/10 stars. Can't wait for the DVD!
Ignore the bad reviews, Your will love it !! (by samxxx-671-826221)
I do not usually write reviews but these hating reviews got me into that :D I don't get all the people complaining about how predictable this movie was. God damn it if you want some unpredictable ending go watch "shutter island" or "mulholland drive" or something that SAYS that it is a freaking THRILLER!!. This movie is a "Romantic Comedy" and it is just like "Pretty Woman", "10 Things I hate about you" or "say anything" - The movies we loved, even if they were predictable. The point is, its not about the ending, its about living <more>
in between the movie; desperately wanting for them to recognize love and chanting for there friendship and adoring their silly fights and commitments. For all those who just want to enjoy there weekend by watching a beautiful romantic movie and smile I recommend them to do watch this and ignore all the hate and bad reviews. Have fun :
As a fan of the original book "Where Rainbows End", I had been kind of disappointed when people told me that there are many differences between the novel and its adaption on the big screen. However, I changed my prejudice when I finally saw it myself. The movie is romantic, with beautiful-filmed scenes I love the color throughout the whole movie , and moving. The music sounds good gotta buy the soundtrack! too. And I love Lily and Sam Claflin as Rosie and Alex, as you can really feel the chemistry between them from the very first minutes of the film. Perfect casting : I <more>
don't care about how unreal the plot is. It just feels good watching a slice-of-life movie like this once in a while.
Love, Rosie and When Harry met Sally: normalcy and making a film relatable (by Billylkbrooke)
When I finished watching this film last night I had tears down my face and was helpless to my own pondering about what this film was showing. The last time I was so invested in characters in a Rom-Com was "when Harry met Sally" but even though the film was not as artistically proficient, it still impacted me on a far greater level. Needless to say that I experienced "love, Rosie" in a vastly different way to professional film critics, one of whom said: "Do you really want to expose your adolescent daughter to 100 minutes of the beautiful Lily Collins accepting <more>
second-best, over and over and over and over and over and over and over again?" The reality is that we do, especially as adolescents, experience just this. The premise of the film is simple and yet also a little unoriginal. Rosie and Alex are best friends from childhood but they fail to see the chemistry between them. It takes them 15 years from the point they leave sixth form college to realise they have been looking for one another all that time. So far so "when Harry met Sally" but where these two films diverge, and where my interest was piqued, was how the film sets this up. When Harry actually meets Sally, they part ways, return and then part ways again. The third meeting is the lucky one and they build their friendship to love. The story evolves around these two figures slowly building a relationship that gains depth neither expected. The key theme is how love is most stable when built upon friendship.Love, Rosie, on the other hand, focuses on relationships, and that we often choose poorly. It begins with a run through of Rosie and Alex through childhood, establishing their chemistry through how the characters speak to one another, their body language around each other, and how they react to their choices of lovers. They are already friends, so the film instead challenges them by keeping their love apart by their own choices. To push my point home there is a scene at the start where Alex is contemplating who to take to the end of year school dance; will he choose Bethany or Rosie. This is a form of foreshadowing, but also reveals how these two characters interact. Rosie's tone shows she is hurt that he is making this choice so she tells him that she has been asked by "the hottest guy in the year" the narcissistic Greg to the dance. Neither chooses each other and it is clear that Rosie dislikes this note that the film is from her perspective , even though she says nothing about it until at least an hour into the film. The point of this is that we see immediately that these two characters know each other, have done for a long time, and are interesting in one another but lack the courage to pursue their feelings. A contrasting scene in when Harry met Sally is the day "date" they have, enjoying New York, which concludes with Harry asking Sally to the cinema to find she is already going on the date; this sequence is one where they get to know each other, which contrasts with the already established friendship of Rosie and Alex. This is a highly different dynamic."Love, Rosie" focuses on a romance that is convincing consequently, for the dual reason that their friendship is convincing and realistic, and that Rosie and Alex are both very flawed characters; they are truly 3-dimensional characters because they are imperfect and make bad decisions throughout the story. These decisions are relatable too; they experience romances that go wrong or have tough times due to conflicts of character or difficult events. I can't really go further without spoiling major plot points and I've done my best to keep the review as spoiler-free as I can, but I will say that I knew the events intimately for their realism and made the film hard to watch. The story told is essentially a film of normal life, by which I mean that the events of the film are events we have all experienced in some way either directly or second-hand. In contrast to the tried and tested plot the story is highly original due to its reliance on normalcy.We often watch films for escapism, to endulge in the ridiculousness of cinema; Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, the Martian, Inception, all these films have high stakes that we enjoy for the thrill of catharsis. Even Rom-Coms have this streak of the abnormal from the myriad of hollywood love stories in Love Actually to even the handsome stranger cliche of Colin Firth's character in Bridget Jones's Diary, we are shown love stories of sunlight and roses, of mistakes but a resolution within days or even weeks. "When Harry met Sally" crafts a wonderful picture of two great characters slowly falling in love, but their other love interests are left to the side and unshown. "Love, Rosie" shows these failed loves, and also shows how both Rosie and Alex repeatedly make the same mistake bringing home a relatable lesson; love does not come quickly, but sometimes it is found where it has been infront of your eyes all along.Yet there is still more to this. We sometimes look for clever cinema that makes us think about ideas complex in philosophy or morality. I've lost count of the number of people who have finished inception and told me they want to know if the spinning top finished spinning. The bottom line is that this is only a superficial question that is put to the side when you realise the answer doesn't matter beyond the context of the film. What I discovered upon finishing "Love, Rosie" is that it is really the problems and realities of life that make us think. A flawed and imperfect life is the most normal thing for us, and this film captures the charm in the imperfection, challenging us to think introspectively about our own lives and love experiences.Sorry about the long and rambling review. This film made me think more than I expected. THe key point is watch this film. It is charming, funny and very relatable.
This film tells the story of two childhood sweethearts who love each other, but due to perpetual wrong timing, they end up not being with each other.In just a span of less than two hours, I am taken up and down with this emotional roller-coaster. It compresses twelve years into a short film, which makes me think that this is a romantic version of the much hyped "Boyhood".Every scene tells something pivotal about the feelings between Rosie and Alex, and there is no filler at all. It is eventful, and yet very realistic. Whenever an opportunity presents itself, life gets in the way and <more>
the opportunity is lost. Despite that, the film still breathes of positivity and optimism, with no moaning or groaning which the characters would very much be entitled to do.The plot is so engaging, and it touches me deeply. It is probably one of the best romantic films I have watched in years.
Rosie and Alex have been best friends since primary school. They nearly got romantic on Rosie's 18th birthday, but Rosie was way too drunk. Since then, both have had relationships, just not with each other - timing has always worked against them.When I watched the trailer for Love, Rosie, I thought "I now know exactly what will happen in this film." But I like Lily Collins, so I went to see it anyway. And I was quite right - the story progresses along the tramlines which are displayed in that trailer with one or two little sidetracks , so don't expect any earth-shattering <more>
surprises.But it doesn't matter. Lily Collins and Sam Claflin have an easy chemistry, the film is a romantic drama with some gently amusing moments, the supporting cast is good, and Collins turns out to be able to do a bit of acting, too.I enjoyed this.
You won't care that you can see the ending coming (by herbiethecar)
A clichéd rom-com. Shocker. For all those reviewers out there saying that this is a bad film because it's predictable, I'd like you to point me to one that's not. Yes, you can see the ending coming from a mile off but that's really not the point, because if you go to see a romantic comedy for a twist ending then you really shouldn't be watching these kinds of films. This was refreshingly English, with two brilliant leads in Collins and Claflin, who had great chemistry on screen and were very much believable as almost lovers. It was a really touching story as well, and it <more>
was nice to see a film about two nice people who were incredibly selfless - I saw someone complain about how many times other things got in the way. This was because the other things getting in the way were what the two characters thought was best for the other, they just wanted each other to be happy, no matter what else was going on around them. Yes, the plot was a little bit all over the place and some of the time jumps felt unnecessary, but it was hardly a deal breaker, in some ways complimenting the hectic nature of these star-crossed lovers' lives. A lovely film that really warms you up inside, and well worth the watch if you enjoy rom-coms, although it's unlikely to sway any non-believers in the genre.And you know what? Clichés exist because they work. And this film very much works.
this movie is about Alex and Rosie. They were good friend ever since they were young. They were meant for each other.One day , Alex saw Rosie kissing another boy and their life taking into different direction.After that, they find a different partner because of misunderstanding and desperation. Life became very wrong for them.I don't want to go into details into what happened next but this is the second time a movie brought tear to my eyes in 20 years.Lily performance is very good and the music is very great. I would love to own the DVD after it was released and watch it over and over <more>