A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?
A true story of survival, as a young couple's chance encounter leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history.
Kate Sullivan is a single mom of three daughters who works two jobs while studying to be a nurse. She is assigned to clean carpets on a yacht owned by spoiled, arrogant playboy Leonardo 'Leo' Montenegro. Leo makes rude remarks towards Kate and fires her without pay when she refuses to bring him food. When Kate calls out his behavior, Leo pushes her off the boat along with her cleaning equipment. Meanwhile, in Mexico, Leo's sisters Magdalena and Sofia are tending to their ailing father. Furious when Leo is announced as his successor to run the family-owned company, Magda decides to visit him. That night, Leo slips off the yacht and falls into the ocean unnoticed. He wakes up on a beach with amnesia and no recollection of his identity. He wanders through town and eventually reaches the hospital. Magda finds him and leaves him there unclaimed after learning he has amnesia. She returns home and falsely reports that Leo has died. Sofia suspects Magda is lying..
Anna Faris grew up outside of Seattle and is a big fan of the 2014 Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. See more »
When Leo remembers who he is and leaves in the limo, Molly tries to chase him on her bike. Shots shown from behind her reveals that her left shoe is untied (you can see the loose laces dangling), while shots from in front of her show her shoe tied up neatly with no dangling. See more »
A movie you can just go to and enjoy..it's not trying to be something it's not , the actors we're good and the acting not bad ...lots of funny little scenes and a couple of tears...I enjoyed especially seeing the Hispanic actors and the subtitles didn't bother me at all. i had seen the original and liked this one better ..no frantic screaming from Goldie Hawn.I left the theater having enjoyed a movie without feeling like I had been hit over the head with a volume of Shakespeare or that I was left hanging waiting for the sequel or that somehow I was to know the deep dark secret the director wants me to know...just simply enjoyed a movie for entertainment sake
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