Three sentence movie reviews: Love, Rosie


I found myself wondering, as I watched the final installment of the Hunger Games franchise, what else that cute Sam Claflin had been in.  This was my answer and it was a satisfying piece of predictable fluff.  It turns out I had attempted to read the book at some point, but had wandered off before I got very far.

Cost:  I’m embarrassed to say that I found this on some free internet site and watched it there. It involved folding two sheets of paper to block out the ads.
Where watched:  On my computer, while making the rolls for Thanksgiving dinner.

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(The first two posters listed are actually quite good in a cheeky poster sense.  But the above is how I’ve always seen it packaged.

2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Love, Rosie”

  1. This sounds like a very satisfying rom com. Did you know that the female lead is the musician Phil Collins’s daughter? I like to bring this up to Dan whenever I see her in something because he can’t stand Phil Collins, haha.

    1. Ugh! Neither can I! Although I did hear an interview with him where he describe being heartbroken (maybe on This American Life?) and it did defrost my hatred a little.

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