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Love Me -- A quiet, teen movie-geek (Lindsey Shaw of TV's PRETTY LITTLE LIARS) falls for the new kid in town (Jamie Johnston), who may be involved in the disappearance of another teennage girl.
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4 February 2013 (UK) See more »
Sixteen-year-old Melissa Kennedy's been missing for almost 3 months now and the Town of Ridgedale is coming unhinged... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Lindsey Shaw ... Sylvia Potter

Jamie Johnston ... Lucas Green

Jean-Luc Bilodeau ... Harry Townsend

Kaitlyn Leeb ... Dayln

Mikaela Cochrane ... Katie
Jerritt Boyce ... Brian

Michelle Haug ... Det. Jenkins

Peter Skagen ... Det. Fitzgerald
Carrie Schiffler ... Mrs. Potter
Kristina Elliott ... Melissa Kennedy

Dawn Harvey ... Louise

Larry Hoffman ... Mr. Kennedy
Shawna Lori Burnett ... Mrs. Kennedy
Nicholas Cleary ... Mr. Tucker

Shane McLean ... Peter Sandusky

Sam Duke ... Teenager
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Wendy Lumby ... Wife
Ruslan Raupov ... Alexander
Leonardo Amato ... Young Michael (uncredited)

Directed by
Rick Bota 
Writing credits
Kat Candler (written by)

Produced by
Aaron Champion .... associate producer
Megan Ellstrom .... associate producer
Eli Fuentes .... associate producer
Kevin Kasha .... executive producer
John Kerr .... line producer
Sarah Landman .... transmedia producer
Anthony Leo .... producer
Bill O'Dowd .... executive producer
Jennifer Pun .... associate producer
Javier Riera .... associate producer
Andrew Rosen .... executive producer
Sarah Soboleski .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Mike Shields 
Cinematography by
Paul Slatter 
Film Editing by
Nick Link 
Set Decoration by
Amber Humphries 
Costume Design by
Mary Hyde-Kerr 
Makeup Department
David Trainor .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
John Kerr .... production manager
Sarah Landman .... post-production supervisor
Nancy Valle .... executive in charge of post-production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Cinnamon .... second assistant director
Tara Howie .... third assistant director
Gwendolyn Linton .... trainee assistant director
Richard Worden .... first assistant director
Art Department
Greg Auch .... property master
Chris Ball .... assistant property master
Cat Mudryk .... assistant set decorator/buyer
Sound Department
Richard Calistan .... adr editor
Alfie DiPucchio .... sound re-recording mixer
J.R. Fountain .... sound effects editor
Steven Ghouti .... adr mixer
Rob Hegedus .... dialogue editor
Kevin Howard .... supervising sound effects editor
Arjay Joly .... boom operator
Geo Major .... boom operator
Nathan Robitaille .... sound effects editor
Jamie Sulek .... sound re-recording mixer
David Yonson .... foley mixer
Special Effects by
Greg Auch .... armourer
Guy Bews .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jamie Anderson-Reid .... second assistant camera
Blair Bourque .... dolly grip
Dan Dumouchel .... "b" camera operator
Michelle Faye .... still photographer
Brett Manyluk .... camera operator: "a" camera
Alex Mitchell .... digital imaging technician
Rob Turko .... gaffer
Casting Department
Marcy Dichter .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kim Lennox .... costumer
Editorial Department
Marc Drebit .... assistant editor
Location Management
Randy Sexsmith .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Heather Gardner .... music supervisor (as Heather Adamo)
Rob Kelly .... music coordinator
Sari Morein .... music coordinator

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Love You to Death" - USA (cable TV title)
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Rated PG-13 for violence, language and a scene of sensuality
97 min
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
An interesting story let down by some awful acting, 31 March 2013
Author: Murli from Bermuda

There's not a lot that can be said for Love Me. It's not the worst made for TV movie I've seen but it's far from being stellar. The only surprising grace to the movie was the story line, which was intriguing till it seemed that the writer ran out of steam three quarters of the way in and just hashed up a conclusion in three minutes. It doesn't help that the pacing is slow, loose direction and portrayed by some first class awful acting.

Let's get over the good part first. The missing person angle may not be original and the start was hardly electrifying it does become more interesting. Additional details are slowly fleshed out which indicates that there's more to a simple case of a person going missing. There are some slight turns so as to keep the story going and while it works on a small part and on an overall perspective it's in the detail where things fall apart. There's problems with the so called prime suspect and the police are little more than idiots who have no clue how to conduct an investigation and are best traffic cops with a petty grudge. As the story becomes clearer it gets less interesting and the finale is clichéd and mundane that it's not even worth watching.

The character development is pretty poor. I didn't feel any connection with the main "cast." Sylvia and her friends hardly hang out on screen which lends great credibility to the term BFF and each of them are self centered and rather vapid. What's worse is the bad boy, no one understand me pained look bad news boyfriend who inexplicably attracts the attention of the main lead, Sylvia. Sparks fly but the romance is listless, awkward and painful to watch. There's a side character plot involving Sylvia which was pointless.

The acting is quite abysmal and I blame the director for not having the foresight to detect the lack of emotive quality, nor the decency to hire actors who can actually act. The 3 rating that I have given is for the least for 75% of the plot that was interesting.

I'd like to recommend this but unfortunately the sum of mistakes outweigh positivity of the storyline. Watch if there's no rerun you want to muddle through, or if you just don't care.

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