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Language of a Broken Heart (2011)

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When a male neurotic best-selling author on love finds his fiancé with another man, he's sent into a tailspin reflecting on his numerous romantic failures only to find hope again with a quirky antiquarian bookseller

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Hailey
Jonah Hall ...
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Lock
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Donovan
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When a male neurotic best-selling author on love finds his fiancé with another man, he's sent into a tailspin reflecting on his numerous romantic failures only to find hope again with a quirky antiquarian bookseller

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Rated R for some sexual references
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a neurotic love novel writer, can't seem to keep his girlfriends' continued interests, returns home, and reconstructs his relationships.
1 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

this film is ADORABLE. The lead actor (also the writer of the film) is charming, and the assortment of characters is well-cast. The plot is hilarious and the writing witty. Much better than the current assortment of Rom-com's out there. My only negative is that at a few places, the movie drags a bit, and it seems to be missing a key scene--this bothers me a lot---How did the girl with the luggage and the main character finally make a connection at the bar? this is somehow omitted. but, barring that, what a delightful movie---its charm has remained with me for days--i'd definitely see it again, and bring my teenagers to this film! (great movie for a date, or for a girls' night out!)


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