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Fall Into Me (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama
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'Fall Into Me' is a romantic comedy about lies and love. -The lies we tell to get the love that we want. Maria and Steve, two unlikely liars, find their lies colliding and their lives changed forever.







Cast overview, first billed only:
... Steven Jacobs
... Maria Harmon
... Brandy
Kimberly Morgan ... Sonja
Andre Samples ... Ian
... Jason
Stacia Rice ... Angela
Tony Williams ... Marlon
Dean Holt ... Leon
Raisa Ellingson ... Janine
... Michael
Katie Leo ... Katie
Jeremiah LaRoche ... Jeremiah
... Executive Charles
Chad Jackson ... Executive #2


Steven Jacobs is a school bus driver nursing a broken heart. Then he meets Maria, a beautiful hospital volunteer. When an unexpected chain of events convinces Maria that Steven has a rare disease, he sees this as his one opportunity to spend time with her and encourages the misconception. But how long will it be before his ill-advised ploy catches up to him? Fall Into Me is a heart-warming romantic comedy that will have you laughing and leave you smiling. Written by Anonymous

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Falling In Love is Easier When There's Somewhere to Land


Comedy | Drama


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The best thing about this DVD
2 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

...is the art on the cover. I couldn't get through this movie. I managed about 20 minutes, and then I just refused to waste any more of my life. The camera stayed GLUED on the face of the main character, a weird-looking unattractive guy who delivered his lines like a somewhat stupid,ex-male model.

It was hard to tell what story they were even trying to portray. The movie just kept leaping from one lousy, misdirected scene to another. Also, EVERY scene was a miserable cliché, as the whole movie was just a re-hash of bits and pieces from other mediocre movies all weirdly mashed together and packaged into this trite and corny film.

Also, I hate films where it seems like the main character in the movie is also the writer or director of the film. Why? Because, as in this movie, they keep the camera glued on their face while they mug into the camera saying stale, uninteresting things. And of course, EVERY other character in the movie looks up to them, and loves them and just can't get enough of them. They should have called this film, "Trite and Boring: My Narcissistic Film Venture." Then we could have all saved ourselves some time instead of wasting moments on this guy's self-indulgent drudgery.

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