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Lovestruck: The Musical (2013)

A jaded woman who never fulfilled her dreams of a Broadway career pushes her daughter to have one. Daughter rebels and goes to Italy to get married. The mother drinks a potion that makes her young again and tries to sabotage the wedding.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jane Seymour ... Harper Hutton
Sara Paxton ... Mirabella Hutton
Chelsea Kane ... Younger Harper
Drew Seeley ... Younger Ryan
Alexander DiPersia ... Marco Vitturi
Adrienne Houghton ... Noelle (as Adrienne Bailon)
Tom Wopat ... Ryan Hutton
Patrick Jordan ... Guard
David Santiago ... Wedding Magistrate
Sarab Kamoo ... Amanda
Mark Tallman ... Scott
Zak Resnick ... DJ
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leah Allers ... (voice)
Tony Amen Tony Amen ... Italian groundsman
Carly Anderson Carly Anderson ... Dancer
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A jaded woman who never fulfilled her dreams of a Broadway career pushes her daughter to have one. Daughter rebels and goes to Italy to get married. The mother drinks a potion that makes her young again and tries to sabotage the wedding.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Elixir See more »

Filming Locations:

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Boss Productions (II) See more »
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Color
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The name of the original owner of the elixir is Tom Dorian. This is a reference to Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray," a story about a man who also does not age because of a magical item (in this case, a portrait). See more »

Soundtracks

Everlasting Love
Written by Buzz Cason (uncredited) and Mac Gayden (uncredited)
Produced by Toby Gad
Additional Vocal Production by Jon Rezin
Performed by Adrienne Houghton (uncredited), Sara Paxton (uncredited), Alexander DiPersia (uncredited), Jane Seymour (uncredited), Tom Wopat (uncredited) and the whole rest of the Movie Cast (uncredited)
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Good movie, but some problems
1 May 2013 | by MisfitCriticSee all my reviews

Okay, I kind of loved this movie. The song sequences were great, and I loved all the dancing, mostly because I can't dance to save my life and it fascinates me to watch other people do it. I like how it gets right up into the meat of the plot really quickly - HOWEVER, I didn't like how long it took for her husband to come on the scene and how short a time Drew Seeley was there. He was the main reason I watched it and I was really disappointed by that. I think it would have been interesting had they explored the concept of her becoming young forever more thoroughly; to me it seemed like a thrown-in point that resolved itself too quickly, and left it up for a sequel. (Maybe they find another bottle?) And maybe it could be about where the bottle came from in the first place, too.


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