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Love Wine (2005)

TV Movie  -   -  Romance  -  30 January 2005 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Andrew ...
Paul
Tara Goudreau ...
Bridget Love
Daneen Boone ...
Melaney
Hazel Tawse ...
Grandma Love
John Detoro ...
Richard (as John DeToro)
Meredith Vuchnich ...
Mrs. Bentley
Keri Mullin ...
Monica
Claude McDonald ...
Zeke
Paul Pinel ...
Charlie
Gord Willms ...
Mr. Williams
Todd R. Pepper ...
Mr. Johnson
Dave Burges ...
Carl
Audrian Hutchinson ...
Betty
Pat Erison ...
Thelma
Kim Stringer ...
Cheryl
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Terrible
26 November 2010 | by (Kenora, ON) – See all my reviews

Absolutely atrocious writing, storyline, directing, acting, and editing. The only thing missing from this train-wreck was the train.

Bridgette Love is seeking to inherit the Love Wine fortune, I guess. Apparently she needs to make love to a man in the vat full of grapes, as is the tradition.

So someone comes up with the brilliant idea to make it a contest, and every eligible bachelor in town lines up to court the comely Bridgette. Before long of course, she realizes she truly loves someone very close to her, who's too stupid or cowardly to step forward and confess his mutual love for her.

As for the terrible direction and editing, there is a scene nearly five minutes long where Bridgette's cousin proves her loose and slutty ways by grinding on every guy who buys her a shot. And just when you think it's over, nope she's still grinding and doing shots.

This film does nothing to commend Canadian cinema, and those responsible for this horrible piece of trash should be ashamed of themselves.


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