Connecticut high school students Max Doyle and Jessica Carpenter fall in love and feel making love isn't enough, so they brave everyone's objections and get married. Jess gets accepted at ...
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Connecticut high school students Max Doyle and Jessica Carpenter fall in love and feel making love isn't enough, so they brave everyone's objections and get married. Jess gets accepted at Harvard, to pursue her lifelong ambition to become an orthopedic surgeon; Max decides against accepting any other college and waits for another chance to get in, meanwhile taking a job in construction so he can still be together. Still they really spend most time apart, she even sort of falls for fellow student Carter, who is also a gifted guitarist-singer. When Max announces college is no longer his firm resolve, she blames him for changing their plans, too much ingratitude even for his love to swallow... Written by
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This Lifetime movie sucked me right in. The perfect waste of hung-over Sunday afternoon. Nina Dobrev is true to form as yet another angst filled young adult, and the story is additively watchable because you just have to find out if they will get their happily-ever-after?
The story follows Connecticut high school students Max Doyle and Jessica Carpenter who fall in love and despite family objections decide to marry. Jessica (Dobrev) gets into Harvard but Max (Dillon Casey) doesn't so he takes a nearby construction job so that they can remain together. They soon drift apart however as it becomes apparent they no longer have the same goals.
What I found interesting here was how a simple life choice can change everything, if they had both gotten into the same college they wouldn't have drifted apart. So were they destined to be together or not? 08.13
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