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Dwight H. Little
Steven R. McQueen,
A film extra called Clark Gable ( No not that one ) finds himself falling in love with a famous actress
This is one of those romantic comedies that are churned out by the Hallmark Channel and is a gentle romantic comedy that is too gentle to be of much appeal to middle aged men like myself . The first third revolves around the main male character called Clark Gable with hilarious results . One wonders what this characters parents were thinking of when they named their son but anyone called Theodore has no right to slag off other peoples names . Regardless of that the running joke of " What's his name ? John wayne/Clark Kent etc etc " reminded me of the dire British comedy rancid aluminium a bunch of London geezers try and pronounce the name of character called Kant . I thought I'd never start laughing and I didn't .
As it turns out the story then blossoms in to a budding romance with a bit of rivalry going on and while the results are not entirely predictable and you know where the story is heading . After all mass suicide never happens in these type of movies
THIS MAGIC MOMENT is entirely inoffensive , fairly predictable and inconsequential and will only appeal to women addicted to gentle romantic comedies
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