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Love Happens (2009)
It's a lovely movie
Ryan Burke (Aaron Eckhart) lost his wife in a car accident three years ago and wrote a book to get rid of his sorrow. The book was then released and has since held seminar for people who have worked their grief. When he returns to his former hometown of Seattle, he will hold a seminar. He is not so happy about it, because his former in-laws live there too. Burke's father (Martin Sheen) hates him because he makes money on his wife's death. But Burke does to help people. Then he meets a pretty flower girl Eloise (Jennifer Aniston), who live agents and decorate the hotel's beautiful flowers, and he is trying to invite her out, but it is not so little with her. He has not been out enjoying himself in three years. So when he comes out with Eloise, he tries to show her who he really is, but he has no inner demons to fight first.
It is the most touching films I've seen in long time. Eckhart and Sheen play so well together that you start to cry over their scene (I did) because it was so touching. Aniston usually choose the more bad roles in movies like mean nothing. But then the role of Eloise and gave her a good career back in a bearing supporting role. Aniston is not doing much better when she plays the main role, she gives it more of a supporting role. Through the film we see Eckhart help a man go through his grief, as the cost to him everything. The scenes are very beautiful and the movie never gets boring, you just get carried away. There are no scenes that we can do without the film. This was Brandon Camps debut film and it was shame it did not come to the cinema (in Denmark).
It is a sin so many good actors in such a bad movie!
When salesman Anders begins his new job, he is given a special task: to infiltrate one the company's competitors and during the annual Christmas event steal their confidential customer file. As Anders romps through the commotion and antics of the celebration, he realizes that life is an ongoing process of learning and that he is only a beginner
I was in the cinema and was positive about the movie... to it stated. It was like to see a movie with no script or storyboard. The making of the film, was probably like making a toast. The whole cinema laughed not once. Awful movie. Shame on you Rasmus Heide. He's movie from last year, was better. It is a sin so many good actors in such a bad movie!