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Charlotte De Bruyne,
Lucas Van den Eynde
When Poppy Benson, a struggling flower shop owner, joins the local holiday floral show in an effort to win a cash prize and keep her store afloat, she starts to fall for handsome Garrett Hurley, her direct competitor in the show.
Handsome, charming Chris Duvall is the sports hero and most popular boy at high-school, whose successful father wade expects him to score a scholarship, whatever it takes. Interviewing him is the main task on the list of the rand-new school paper editor, nerdy A-student Emma Neuman, who hardly has a social life -unlike her prankster kid brother- and tends to end up doing most assignments to be distributed among the team, even fellow nerd Paul who wrestles with jock bullies. Desperate to fail the history exam and his whole term average, Chris asks Emma to cheat by switching papers, but that goes bad for all. Then a homeless fairy rewards her kindness to a shopping card-pushing nobody by granting an amulet good for three do-overs. Emma's attempts to arrange things for everyone by alterations keep going wrong, so the last run is from scratch, notably tutoring Chris instead.Written by
I really enjoyed the movie, so did my grandchildren. Unlike many movies they make today, this movie was a real story that didn't rely on special effects. It wasn't a movie with sex and violence and the story had a consistent and entertaining direction. It reminded me a little bit of the movie Groundhog Day, with a unique twist. I liked how the main character was given a dilemma and how she had an opportunity to learn from her mistakes and make the best possible choice, which required hard work. There was also a great twist at the end, that I didn't see coming. I would strongly recommend this film to be shown in schools because it was a situation that could commonly happen in schools today.
The movie was funny, but more importantly, it had a very positive and moral message about a young girl taking the high road when she couldhave taken the easy way out. The characters were cute and funny and the relationship between the 2 main characters was heart warming. This film was a breath of fresh air and my family thoroughly enjoyed it too. I wish Hollywood would make more films like this, well done writer, actors and everyone else involved.
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