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An archaeologist (Barry Watson) from 1000 years in the future uncovers a romance novel written in our time. Curious, he journeys back to find out about this thing called "love" from the novel's author (Sara Rue). Set in New Orleans, shooting in Atlanta, Nov 2010 Written by
"My Future Boyfriend" is a romantic comedy in the true sense of the genre. And it is a movie that heavily appeals to a female audience.
The story is about Pax (played by Barry Watson)who is an archaeologist in the future where he unearths money from 2012 along with novel written by Elizabeth Barrett (played by Sara Rue). Reading the novel, Pax comes upon the word 'love' which is not used in the future (oddly enough), and decides to travel back in time to meet the author and learn the truth about love.
I must say that, despite being a man, then I found the movie to be good, it had a nice story, and the storyline was really helped along so nicely by Sara Rue and Barry Watson's acting and the chemistry there was between them on the screen.
"My Future Boyfriend" was nicely shot and there was a lot of nice scenes in the movie, along with the marvelous beauty of New Orleans serving as the setting. (Although the movie was filmed in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia.)
Of course, the movie is rather predictable, and the ending, well you saw that coming a mile away. But still, the movie worked out well enough. Good romantic entertainment with the occasional laugh here and there. So if you like sugar-coated romantic comedies, then you should check out "My Future Boyfriend" because it might just be what you were looking for.
Perhaps you will even find yourself leaking (as to use one of the terms from the movie).
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