A young woman feels that she doesn't believe in love. So Venus, the Goddess of Love, sends her son, Cupid to restore her faith in love but instead gets hit with his own arrow and falls in ... See full summary »

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Emily Vale
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Tory Vale
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David Cutting
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A young woman feels that she doesn't believe in love. So Venus, the Goddess of Love, sends her son, Cupid to restore her faith in love but instead gets hit with his own arrow and falls in love with her instead. So, he has a limited amount of time to woo her and decide if he wishes to leave his immortal form and become a regular man. And spend what little time he has with her. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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For Emily, true love is a myth. Until Venus and Cupid step in.


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1 June 1997 (USA)  »

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What a sweet little movie!
12 April 2001 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

Greek mythology tells us that there was once a beautiful mortal named Psyche whose beauty was such that Venus, the goddess of love, became insanely jealous and commissioned her son Eros to go down to Earth and pierce her with a love arrow. The plan was to make her fall in love with the first creature she sees, and Venus hoped it would be some wretched beggar. Yet when Eros first sees Psyche he is so startled by her beauty that he inadvertently stabs himself with the arrow and thus falls in love with her.

Perhaps this story is the inspiration behind 'Love-Struck' since it bares several similarities. It is a little overly sentimental in places, namely during the scenes in limbo with Venus and Cupid. At other times, I was astounded by the magic of it all! What could be more romantic than having the God of love fall head over heels for you!

OK, so it couldn't really happen, but perhaps this movie will serve to remind people that love can be magic and is a kind of magic in itself. Believe me, after this film, you will want to be 'Love-Struck' again and again!


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