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An archaeologist (Barry Watson) from 1000 years in the future uncovers a romance novel written in our time. Curious, he journeys back to find out about this thing called "love" from the novel's author (Sara Rue). Set in New Orleans, shooting in Atlanta, Nov 2010Written by
I didn't have very high hopes for this movie as I sat down to watch it. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find myself viewing a very appealing film. An anthropologist (Watson) from 1000 years in the future comes back to 2011 to investigate the idea of "love" after finding a well-preserved romance novel written by Sara Rue's character. He is perplexed and intrigued to find himself attracted to Rue who thinks he's completely nuts.
Sara Rue is, as always, a pleasure to watch and Barry Watson had a commitment to his character that really came through. I have to think it takes some skill to be both weird and charming. The two actors had nice chemistry and the screenplay, while not exactly innovative, did display some intelligence. The only criticism I have is that Valerie Harper is WOEFULLY underutilized. She looked great though and definitely held her own with her younger co-stars. All in all, a good viewing experience.
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