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Valiant effort. But NO! I was feeling down and wanted to believe in love again, but I found myself yelling at the screen saying NO! at all the unwanted awkward moments & direction flaws! and some script flaws.
What got me thru this movie was the cast. And all the other elements of a good film are there, like the soundtrack, great lighting & cinematography etc.
Never a dull moment of course with the lovely Virginia Madsen. And Graham Rogers is so cute. Showing great potential. It even managed to capture a bit of an irresistible feeling with Amanda Crew, But her character does many things in the film that make you root against her. Zach Gilford is the cutest nerd ever. The actors just felt misdirected.
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