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Read You Like a Book (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | October 2006 (USA)
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A magical book transforms all who come into contact with it. Meet Dante, a bookstore manager with a crippling secret; Gina, a customer, who knows everything but love; Zoe, Dante's former ... See full summary »

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Dante
Joe Bellan
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Philip
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Will Marchetti
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A magical book transforms all who come into contact with it. Meet Dante, a bookstore manager with a crippling secret; Gina, a customer, who knows everything but love; Zoe, Dante's former lover whose life is falling apart; Norman, the clerk who is short on size but big on conspiracy theories; and Marcia, a wise-cracking movie buff. Collision becomes inevitable when a dangerous intruder arrives; who's up against a powerful pharmaceutical company and the magical book is used to hide incriminating data. Part drama, comedy, suspense and eroticism are the storylines that weave together to make up the magical world of READ YOU LIKE A BOOK! Written by Anonymous

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What If You Could Undo The Biggest Mistake Of Your Life?

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The only good thing about this movie is the premise
14 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

You could have taken the book out of the movie and still had the same plot. And I'm being generous inferring that this movie had a plot to start with.

Some decent acting mixed with some awful acting, the movie takes a good premise and then drowns it with a god-awful screenplay.

The score was intrusive, and between the cardboard acting you start to question the actions of some of the characters. Even the lead character, who has a pretty strong love for books, starts picking books up at random and reading lines out loud. Really? I mean, REALLY?

Save a couple of hours of your life and visit your local library instead.

4/10 and three of those for the panties.


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