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This is a wonderful, sweet, playful Hallmark movie about romance and comedy.
The host of a talk show is funny in a natural sense and not slapstick. Cupid comes along to help her find romance and the true meaning of love. Different relationships intertwine throughout the movie with twists and turns that are enjoyable and unexpected. I really enjoyed the acting and plot of the movie from beginning to end.
The only reason I rated this movie a one is because of the continual music in the background, which was really in the foreground, and louder than the speaking parts. The score is the typical Hallmark "bing-bong" music you hear over and over in so many of their movies. It is like listening to a concert and a lecture at the same time, making it difficult to hear every word clearly. There should be no music when the actors are speaking, unless it is a crucial, moving moment, but not continually throughout the regular speaking scenes. This loud continual music is so annoying. My brother says he just turns off their movies now when the music never stops. If you can't hear it all, then you can't rate it well. Watch some of the classic movies. No music in the general talking scenes.
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