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The greatest feeling in the world is when you learn to love! Follow the stories of seven everyday people as they experience laughter, life and matters of the heart. The all-star cast will take you through the good, the bad and the ugly of the many faces of love. Written by Anonymous

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The problem for me is only 1 of the many stories in the movie, has a closed ending
2 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Well this movie is a relationship-drama... I like these types of movies, dramas around any type of relationships. But was this movie actually good? Let's find out...

Basically there are more then a handful (6 to 8) of situations revolving around couples (or-ex couples) in this movie who are "showcased" facing some problems. Problems any relationship could face

  • perhaps you could relate to one of the couples... but my problem with


the movie is... and maybe this is a spoiler, so I'll just mention that... but only 1 of the scenarios had an ending... for example, I really liked the second couples situation - I mean it would make a great movie for my tastes... but you seem them for 15 minutes in the movie, and that's that. Never see 'em again. It's like this with most of the couples... you get no closing on there story. And so that is what I disliked about the movie... it was just a bunch of short segments around 15 to 20 minutes, and you get to understand there problems... but get to see no results or outcome.

So that is why the movie gets 5 stars out of 10 for me... I made it through the movie and there were some interesting scenarios... but only one was finished (and it was the most boring scene that went on for 20 to 30 minutes since there were 2 parts).

So no, I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone... however if you LIKE open-ended stories... then yo, there are a handful in this movie.


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