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Love Happens -- On a business trip to Seattle, a popular self-help guru (Eckhart) sparks with a woman (Aniston) who attends one of his seminars. Their connection causes his to realize, however, that he hasn't truly confronted his wife's recent passing.
Love Happens -- Clip: Eloise tells Marty that her boyfriend cheated on her again
Love Happens -- Interview: Martin Sheen "On Burke Ryan and his back story"
Love Happens -- Clip: Eloise tells Burke that he is messed up
Love Happens -- Clip: Eloise plays deaf when Burke tries to pick her up

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Writers (WGA):
Brandon Camp (written by) &
Mike Thompson (written by)
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Release Date:
18 September 2009 (USA) See more »
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Sometimes when you least expect it...
Plot:
A widower whose book about coping with loss turns him into a best-selling self-help guru, falls for the hotel florist where his seminar is given, only to learn that he hasn't yet truly confronted his wife's passing. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Aaron Eckhart ... Burke

Jennifer Aniston ... Eloise

Dan Fogler ... Lane

John Carroll Lynch ... Walter

Martin Sheen ... Burke's Father-in-Law

Judy Greer ... Marty

Frances Conroy ... Eloise's Mom

Joe Anderson ... Tyler

Sasha Alexander ... Photographer

Clyde Kusatsu ... Cab Driver

Anne Marie DeLuise ... Unicom Executive

Tyler McClendon ... Unicom Executive

Panou ... Unicom Executive

Michael Kopsa ... Unicom CEO

Michelle Harrison ... Cynthia

Darla Fay ... Beehive (as Darla Vandenbossche)
Tom Pickett ... Don

Patricia Harras ... Lorraine
Aurelio Dinunzio ... Moustache
Danielle Dunn-Morris ... Book Fan
Maxine Miller ... Barbara
Tim Henry ... Welling Eyes

Ellie Harvie ... Martha

Randall Newsome ... Waiter
Carol Hodge ... Becky

Craig Anderson ... Ian

Brandon Jay McLaren ... Mohawk

Rekha Sharma ... Nose-Ring

Alessandro Juliani ... Tattoos

Ellen Ewusie ... Hookah Waitress
Angie Scandale ... Hookah Bartender
Deirdre Blades ... Burke's Mother-in-Law
Dee Jay Jackson ... Hotel Bartender (as Deejay Jackson)
Monica Marko ... Old Lady

Shaine Jones ... Valet
Angus Adair ... Slam Poet
Zaccheus Jackson ... Slam Poet
Kevan Cameron ... Slam Poet

Michael Bean ... Concierge

Michael P. Northey ... Bathroom Man
Rylee Stiles ... Lollipop Kid
Domonique Danielle ... Cashier
William 'Big Sleeps' Stewart ... Cabbie (as William 'Bigsleeps' Stewart)
Alexa Devine ... Workshopper
Larry Romero ... Workshopper

Madeline Elder ... Workshopper

Elfina Luk ... Workshopper

Glynis Davies ... Workshopper
Zach Rogue ... Himself (Rogue Wave)
Dominic Julian East ... Himself (Rogue Wave)
William Cameron Jasper ... Himself (Rogue Wave)
Graham Edward Lebron ... Himself (Rogue Wave)
Patrick Benton Spurgeon ... Himself (Rogue Wave)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Heidi Barrientes ... Market Street Walker (uncredited)

Biski Gugushe ... Security (uncredited)

Eduardo Noda ... Bike Courier (uncredited)
Amanda Yeoman Brooke ... Background Actor (uncredited)

Directed by
Brandon Camp 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Brandon Camp (written by) &
Mike Thompson (written by)

Produced by
J. Miles Dale .... executive producer
Alexa Faigen .... associate producer
Ryan Kavanaugh .... executive producer
Richard Solomon .... executive producer (as Rick Solomon)
Scott Stuber .... producer
Mike Thompson .... producer
 
Original Music by
Christopher Young 
 
Cinematography by
Eric Alan Edwards (director of photography) (as Eric Edwards)
 
Film Editing by
Dana E. Glauberman 
 
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Jennifer L. Smith  (as Jennifer Smith)
Tricia Wood 
 
Production Design by
Sharon Seymour 
 
Art Direction by
Kendelle Elliott 
 
Set Decoration by
Lesley Beale 
 
Costume Design by
Trish Keating 
 
Makeup Department
Tammy Baker .... makeup artist: Seattle
Anne Carroll .... first assistant hair stylist
Yvonne Connor .... first assistant makeup artist
Elisabeth Fry .... hair stylist: Mr. Eckhart
Elisabeth Fry .... makeup artist: Mr. Eckhart
Whitney James .... makeup artist: Ms. Aniston
Jeanne Kobayashi .... assistant hair stylist: Seattle (as Jeannie Kobayashi)
Kandace Loewen .... assistant hair stylist
Connie Parker .... key makeup artist
Danna Rutherford .... key hair stylist
Martin Samuel .... hair stylist: Ms. Aniston
Francesca von Zimmermann .... assistant makeup artist (as Francesca von Zimmerman)
 
Production Management
Penny Gibbs .... unit production manager
Eugene Mazzola .... production manager: additional photography
Sean T. Stratton .... post-production supervisor (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James Bitonti .... second assistant director (as James A. Bitonti)
Jim Brebner .... first assistant director
J. Miles Dale .... second unit director
Justin Elsworth .... trainee assistant director
Leonard Haggarty .... second second assistant director
Eugene Mazzola .... first assistant director: second unit & additional photography
Sebastian Mazzola .... second second assistant director
Megan M. Shank .... third assistant director
John Tagamolila .... second assistant director: concert unit
 
Art Department
Jule Baanstra .... art department coordinator
David M. Bowen .... assistant property master: Seattle
John Chaschowy .... greensman
Jeffrey W. Crow .... assistant greensman
Laurie Edmundson .... lead set dresser
Allan Galajda .... set designer
Paul Goodwin .... set dresser
Haida Harper .... assistant property master
Sally Hudson .... lead graphic designer
Paul Jenkinson .... lead set dresser
Bryan Korenberg .... property master
Oscar Lofgren .... set dresser: Seattle
Michael McCombe .... greens foreman: Seattle
Kenneth Milfred .... leadman
Leo Aza O'Leary .... lead laborer (as Lee O'Leary)
Jeff Ringer .... stand-by painter: Seattle
Rachel M. Thompson .... set decorator: Seattle (as Rachel Thomson)
Adrien Van Viersen .... storyboard artist
Ed Vance .... greensman
Sandy Walker .... assistant decorator
Lori West .... prop buyer
David Paul Hewitt White .... on-set dresser
Carl Winter .... set dresser: Seattle
Patrick Zahorodniuk .... graphic designer
Darren Moore .... lead greens (uncredited)
Files Wicken .... set buyer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
James Bailey .... foley artist
Kyle Billingsley .... foley mixer
Barney Cabral .... supervising adr editor
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Richard Dwan Jr. .... sound editor
Jeff Gomillion .... adr mixer
Dave Griffiths .... boom operator
Kaspar Hugentobler .... re-recording recordist
Kaspar Hugentobler .... sound recordist
Susan Kurtz .... dialogue editor
Cynthia Merrill .... foley artist
Trevor Metz .... sound effects editor
Myron Nettinga .... sound re-recording mixer
Nick Neutra .... foley supervisor
Aynee Osborn .... dialogue editor
Jan Petrov .... adr recordist
Patrick Ramsay .... sound mixer
Perry Robertson .... supervising sound editor
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
John Ross .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott Sanders .... supervising sound designer
Naan Spiess .... sound technician/ boom operator
Kevin Zimmerman .... first assistant sound editor
John Guentner .... foley cueing (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Douglas W. Beard .... special effects assistant
Alex Burdett .... special effects supervisor
Terence J. Cox .... special effects first assistant
Harry Tomsic .... rigger
 
Visual Effects by
Mathieu Archambault .... digital compositor
Sarah Barber .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Barb Benoit .... digital compositor
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects supervisor
Harshal Bhujbal .... digital compositor
Yashwant Bombe .... digital compositor: Anibrain
Mathew Borrett .... matte painter
Steve Bowen .... digital intermediate colorist
Branden Bratuhin .... visual effects editor
Ayo Burgess .... lighting artist: Mr. X Inc.
Zac Campbell .... digital compositor
Jeff Capogreco .... lighting artist
Kris Carson .... sequence lead: Mr X
Andy Chan .... visual effects compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Richard Chiu .... visual effects
Patrick Clancey .... digital opticals
Tommaso Corona .... digital compositor
Jeremy Dineen .... visual effects animator: Mr. X Inc
Amélie Dubois .... digital compositor
Danny Duchesneau .... digital compositor
Mike Duffy .... flame artist: Mr X Inc.
David Fix .... senior systems administrator: Mr. X Inc
Tommy Gervais .... visual effects production assistant
Parth Ghatge .... visual effects artist
Matt Glover .... visual effects coordinator
Roopesh Gujar .... visual effects production manager: Anibrain
Ivan Hayden .... on-set lead: Mr. X Inc.
Vikram Kale .... digital compositor
Sushil Kalyanshetti .... visual effects artist
Isabelle Langlois .... digital effects producer: Mr. X Inc.
Mai-Ling Lee .... digital artist
Philippe Majdalani .... digital intermediate assistant producer
Ken McCuen .... matte painter
Sarah McMurdo .... visual effects producer: Mr. X Inc.
David McWhirter .... first assistant director: concert/vfx unit
Jesh Murthy .... sequence lead: Anibrain
Pete O'Connell .... visual effects artist
Rob Phillips .... visual effects production assistant
Sebastien Proulx .... digital compositor
Matt Ralph .... animator
Cat Rowe .... digital colorist assist
Vishal Rustgi .... digital compositor
Paul Saint-Hilaire .... digital compositor nuke
Matt Schofield .... matte painter
Ben Simons .... visual effects animator
John Tagamolila .... second assistant director: concert VFX unit
Ravindra Tamhankar .... visual effects artist
Sebastien Veilleux .... digital compositor
Armando Velazquez .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Breighana Campion .... precision driver
Rob Hayter .... stunt double: Aaron Eckhart
Michael Hilow .... utility stunts
Dave Hospes .... stunt double: Joe Anderson
Mike Mitchell .... stunts
Alex Terzieff .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dustin Allen .... lamp operator (as Dusty Allen)
Mitchell Amundsen .... director of photography: concert unit (as Mitch Amundsen)
Edward Barnes .... key rigging gaffer: Seattle
Troy Bassett .... rigging grip
Jeff Bonny .... grip (as Jeff Bonnie)
Paul Bougie .... best boy electric
Dillard Brinson .... key grip
Melani C. Brown .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, Seattle
Martin Cameron .... rigging electric best boy: Seattle
Peter G. Capadouca .... gaffer
Andrew Capicik .... second assistant camera (as Andy Capicik)
Nelson Caseley .... lamp operator
Steve Colgrove .... lamp operator: Seattle
David Crone .... camera operator: "a" camera
Tamia Diaz .... second assistant camera: splinter/aerial unit
Michael FitzMaurice .... aerial director of photography: splinter/aerial unit
Kerry Flanagan .... rigging grip: Seattle
Kimberly French .... still photographer
Lee Gibeau .... camera crane technician
Brent Gies .... rigging best boy electric (as Brent Geis)
Rick Guenther .... best boy rigging grip
Ken Hemphill .... grip (as Kenny Hemphill)
Patrick Hogue .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Gaetan Jalbert .... rigging gaffer
Stephen Klineburger .... grip: Seattle (as Steve Klineburger)
Tony Konichek .... electrician
Richard LaBossiere .... rigging grip (as Richard Labossiere)
Andrew Learmonth .... video assist operator: second unit
Michael LePard .... rigging electric
Garth Longmore .... second assistant camera
Ron MacLeay .... grip (as Ron Macleay)
Kelly Maloney .... lamp operator
Kevin McCloy .... key rigging grip (as Kevin Mccloy)
Ryan Monro .... dolly grip
Moira Morel .... camera loader: Seattle
Colleen Newberry .... rigging grip best boy: Seattle
Douglas Pruss .... first assistant camera
Ryan Purcell .... grip: Seattle
Chris Purkiss .... grip
David Robinson .... lamp operator: Seattle
Derek Saari .... lamp operator
Ian Seabrook .... underwater camera operator
Gregory D. Smith .... rigging key grip
Rick Stadder .... best boy grip
Mike Stroman .... generator operator (as Michael Stroman)
Jason Tidsbury .... light balloon technician
Bob Webeck .... first assistant camera: splinter/aerial unit
Jason Weir .... rigging lighting technician
Marta Weiss .... second assistant camera: Seattle
Roger Wells .... rigging lamp operator
Mike West .... dolly grip (as Michael West)
Stewart Whelan .... first assistant camera
Andrew D. Wilson .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Andrew Wilson)
Keith O. Wilson .... grip: Seattle (as Keith Oliver Wilson)
Peter Graf .... aerial camera technician: Super G (uncredited)
Peter F. Woeste .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Heike Brandstatter .... casting: Canada
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Tiffany Mak .... casting assistant
Coreen Mayrs .... casting: Canada
Amy Nygaard .... casting assistant
Erin Toner .... casting associate
Elizabeth Dean .... casting manager (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Patti Bishop .... costume supervisor
Luisa Dalmagro .... costume buyer
Clare Hallworth .... costume designer: Ms. Aniston
Nina Hallworth .... costume designer: Ms. Aniston
Frances Kenny .... on-set costumer: Seattle
Anne Laoparadonchai .... costumer: Ms. Aniston (as Annie Laoparadonchai)
Ronald Leamon .... on-set costumer: Seattle
Kieu Nguyen .... costume cutter
Katherine Wright .... costumer: Ms. Aniston
 
Editorial Department
Cheryl Buckman .... assistant editor
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Omar Hassan-Reep .... second assistant editor
Kurt Smith .... film color timer
Lisa Tutunjian .... digital intermediate editor
Harry Yoon .... first assistant editor
Gilbert Carreras .... color timer (uncredited)
Frank Robinson .... colorist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Pete Anthony .... conductor
Max Blomgren .... score producer
Mark Buys .... musician: guitar
Mark Buys .... orchestrator
Mark Buys .... score coordinator
Bryan Carrigan .... pro tools operator
Kostas Christides .... composer: additional music
Kostas Christides .... orchestrator
Chris Fogel .... music scoring mixer
Paul S. Henning .... musician: violin
Tiff Jimber .... vocalist
Tiff Jimber .... voice
Tobias Karlsson .... featured placement of "Show Me What I'm Looking For" by Carolina Liar (writer/producer)
Sungtae Kim .... computer orchestrator
Jon Kull .... orchestrator
Norman Ludwin .... musician (bass)
Silke Matzpohl .... music sound engineer
Sean McMahon .... orchestrator
Sujin Nam .... orchestrator
Kathy Nelson .... music supervisor
Joohyun Park .... musician
Joohyun Park .... score coordinator
Luigi Pulcini .... score coordinator
Tim Rodier .... music preparation
Peter Rotter .... music contractor
David G. Russell .... composer: additional music
David G. Russell .... musician
David G. Russell .... orchestrator
David G. Russell .... synthesizer programmer: score
Dana Sano .... music consultant
Samuel Joseph Smythe .... score programmer
Curt Sobel .... music editor
Andrew Spence .... composer: additional music
Andrew Spence .... musician
Andrew Spence .... score programmer
J. Tyler Timpe .... musician: additional drums and percussion
Jonathan Timpe .... computer orchestrator
Jonathan Timpe .... musician
Brandon K. Verrett .... composer: additional music
Brandon K. Verrett .... orchestrator
Laurent Ziliani .... synthesizer programmer
Matt Fausak .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Jonathan Timpe .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Alberto Coto .... transportation captain
Kim Harmer .... transportation coordinator
David Holm .... transportation co-captain
Grady Hughes .... transportation
Ronnie King .... transportation captain
Richard Limbaugh .... transportation coordinator
George A. Miki .... driver
Dave Miller .... driver: cast
David Nugent .... driver: Brandon Camp
Andrew O'Bray .... transportation captain
Rick Wiley .... driver: camera car
 
Other crew
Marie Ackerman .... flower coordinator
Coleen Aiello .... location accountant
Cara E. Anderson .... second assistant production coordinator
Michael Bendner .... background coordinator
Bill Burns .... location scout
Jimmy Canavan .... production staff
Simon Carrigan .... 1st Assistant Coordinator
Kristen Cascio .... assistant: Mr. Stuber
Jason Collier .... assistant location manager
Caroline Colon .... assistant production coordinator: Seattle
Shannon Corrie .... key set production assistant: second unit
Doug DuMas .... location manager
Missy Eustermann .... post-production accountant
D.R. Farquharson .... project manager: Deluxe Digital Cinema
Wendy Gaboury .... key accountant
Darren Giblin .... assistant: Mr. Camp/Mr. Thompson
Ben Gillespie .... production assistant: Seattle
Pamela B. Green .... producer: main titles
Teddy M. Haggarty .... production assistant: Seattle
Elizabeth Heile .... accounting assistant: Seattle
Danny Ho .... video & computer playback supervisor
Colleen Kerns .... assistant: Mr. Camp
Kelly S. King .... key production assistant: Seattle (as Kelly King)
Dan Kuzmenko .... assistant: location manager
Michael J. LeGresley .... assistant location manager
Willan Leung .... production assistant
Gemma Levinson .... production assistant
Ryan Mains .... key production assistant
Lindsay Marcus .... production assistant
Julian Marles .... production assistant
Zita Mazzola .... production coordinator: Seattle
Jason Moskie .... production assistant
Shaun Moskie .... production assistant
Nicholas David Nesbitt .... assistant: Mr. Stuber (as Nicholas Nesbitt)
Jena Niquidet .... production coordinator
Frédéric North .... aerial coordinator/pilot (as Fred North)
Jennifer Omoth .... first assistant accountant
Rino Pace .... location manager
Peggy Pere .... aerial ground coordinator (as Peggy North)
Justin Peterson .... production assistant
Marc Protzel .... assistant: Mr. Solomon
Stephanie Rossel .... script supervisor
Landon Salyer .... production assistant: second unit
Cherie Smid .... parrot trainer
Jonathan L. Sturge .... office production assistant
Kimberley Sutton .... assistant: Mr. Eckhart (as Kimberly Sutton)
David Scott Thomson .... production assistant
Heather Tinnerstet .... production assistant: Seattle
Jarik Van Sluijs .... creative director: main titles
Angelika Walaszczyk .... assistant: Mr. Dale
Daniella Wells .... assistant: Ms. Aniston
Gary Stone .... cast security (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Ashley Bowen .... special thanks
Mark Buys .... special thanks
Andrew Z. Davis .... special thanks (as Andy Davis)
Mason Jennings .... special thanks
Emmett Malloy .... special thanks
David Russell .... special thanks
Dana Sano .... special thanks
Andrew Spence .... special thanks
Jonathan Timpe .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some language including sexual references
Runtime:
USA:109 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:M | Brazil:Livre | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Ireland:12A | Malaysia:PG-13 | Mexico:B | Netherlands:AL | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | Singapore:PG13 (TV rating) | UK:12A | USA:PG-13 (certificate #44844)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
"Unicom" appears to be a combination of the names "Universal" and "Viacom".See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: When Burke is first seen sitting in his hotel room early in the film, in "Seattle" outside his window the Space Needle is nowhere to be seen. The next time he is in his room looking out the window, it is very prominently there.See more »
Quotes:
Burke:[first lines, in voice-over] Chapter one. Sometimes, despite your best efforts otherwise, life will give you lemons. When that happens, you've got two choices, friend: you can wear a sour face or make lemonade.See more »
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FAQ

Is "Love Happens" based on a book?
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23 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
Incoherent, Flat Waste of Time, 11 October 2009

I read all the bad reviews "Love Happens" received and convinced myself that they were written by cynical, sensation-hungry reviewers who prefer the likes of Anton Chigurh to wholesome romance. Boy, was I wrong. "Love Happens" is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. The fault is entirely the script's. "Love Happens" script feels like a rough draft a Hollywood wannabe would hand in at a weekend workshop. "Love Happens" is completely incoherent. It never gels even into, simply, a coherent bad movie. It just careens from a series of aborted attempts to be a tearjerker, a romantic comedy, a trip through Seattle's colorful coffeehouses, and a commentary on advice gurus and their bestsellers.

There are some moments that feel like they might lift this mess off the ground. John Carroll Lynch is both poignant and frightening as a bereaved father who can't get over his son's death. We get to ogle Aaron Eckhart's abs as he broods beside a beautifully lit pool. Jennifer Aniston plays a florist; she reads a series of poignant cards that accompanied bouquets. One character owns a pet sulfur-crested cockatoo, and the bird is very pretty. Really, you grasp at straws trying to find something to enjoy in this movie.

But then the movie decides to do something massively stupid and crude, like set that sulfur-crested cockatoo, a bird from the Australian outback, free in a foggy Pacific Northwest evergreen forest. It would starve in days, everyone in the audience knows that, and you wonder why the characters on screen do not. And you realize how idiotic this movie is.

And what the heck is going on with Jennifer Aniston's character, Eloise? Every moment Aniston was on screen, I was struggling really hard to like or respect her. Her character is unlike any living female I've ever met. She had the polished make-up and hair extensions of a Hollywood power player, but she wore ugly scarves and seemed to completely lack a personality. You can't really do that, Jennifer – you can't be both obvious star and self-effacing girl-next-door.

By the way, Love does not Happen in this movie. Aniston and Eckhart have zero chemistry. Blame the director. In their own ways, both of these actors can be interesting, and had some sparks been struck between them, this could have been a memorable film.

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