A grandfather's love stories enlighten a jaded man and a moonstruck girl about the realities of love.


Bennie Woodell
2 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Markowitz ... Hope
Bradley Fowler ... Morgan
Edward Asner ... Mr. James
Peter Mackenzie ... Todd
Tim Joyce Tim Joyce ... Junior
Ken Garr Ken Garr ... Tim
Victoria Matlock Victoria Matlock ... Joy
Cassandra Federman Cassandra Federman ... Marie
Eileen Vorbach Eileen Vorbach ... Suzee
Josh Braaten ... Aaron
Carl Petersen Carl Petersen ... Davy
Mimi Cozzens ... Mrs. James
David Haverty ... Barry
Rhoda Pell ... Darlene
Nikki McKenzie ... Sharon


"The world was made round so that if two people who are meant to be together should choose to take different paths in life, they would wrap around and end up right back to each other to meet again, regardless of circumstance." Love Meet Hope follows two characters: Morgan, a recent divorcée who is attending the memorial of his grandmother, and a young woman who works at the bakery Morgan frequents. While Morgan is mourning his failed marriage, and Morgan's grandfather mourns the death of his adored wife, the young woman mourns the fact that love seems an ever-elusive fairytale to her. While at his grandmother's memorial, Morgan encounters a book entitled "Love Meet Hope", containing a series of love stories that his grandfather wrote for his grandmother. The stories are all imaginative and fantastical versions of how his grandfather and grandmother had fallen in love. Each chapter of the book focuses on a distinct element of love, but maintains the central theme of hope. Ultimately, ... Written by Love Meet Hope

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Once you choose hope, anything is possible.

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Cheap & trashy "humor"
2 February 2020 | by Dont_let_govt_divide_usSee all my reviews

01FEB2020 {1/10 stars F} Recommend? No; After 15 minutes I stopped the movie due to trashy "humor" being used for cheap laughs instead of a story line that is actually worthwhile.

In the first 15 minutes there is stupidly cheesy workplace sexual harassment "humor", fart jokes from mom, poop jokes from dad, mom shown nursing a baby while watching a friend drink wine and mom says she wishes she could drink again. Very childish and immature dad shown twice drinking an unknown beer from a brown bottle.

Maybe this is all building to some heartfelt ending where everyone is "fixed", loving and kind. If they wanted to portray people who have room for improvement with the way they act and treat people they could have easily chose different topics that were not stupidly trashy.

CONTENT ADVISORY: Movie is "Not Rated." If what I watched is any indication of what is to come this would likely be a PG-13 movie. God's name said in vain, workplace sexual harassment, beer and wine shown being consumed, one or two mild profanities that I can't remember and don't care to watch the same 15 minutes over again to list them here.

{1=F 2=D- 3=D 4=C- 5=C 6=B- 7=B 8=A- 9=A 10=A+}

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20 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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Palm Springs, California, USA

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