Interior designer Olivia Wilson loses her job in New York. With newfound time on her hands she decides to head home to California to surprise her dad, Neil for the 25th anniversary of the family business, Wilson Family Movers. Upon arrival she meets the newest member of the Wilson team, Scott. With business coming to a halt, she and Scott work together to get things back on track. Just as the two begin to form a bond, Olivia is faced with a difficult decision when a worthwhile job opportunity pops up back in New York.Written by
I saw the title for the movie a few weeks ago, and I've been wanting to see it since then. I'm a little disappointed.
The plot was good, believable. It made so much sense, i'm actually happy. Yes, it's predictable. But when one has seen so many movies of this type you know the ending for all of them. Even the subplots make sense. The character were good too though, but...
What disappointed me was the lack of chemistry between the two leads. I have never seen them act before, but every time Scott talked to Olivia I felt he was uncomfortable. Olivia is a nice character trying to save her dad's company, and she did it great, but I felt she was indifferent. I was happier with her dad's story and Karen and Peter's.
Despite that, It was a nice movie, enjoyable, but if the leads do not have that spark, I feel that the movie is somehow empty.
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