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Love, Rosie

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Germany, United Kingdom
·
2014

Rated R · 1h 42m

Director Christian Ditter
Starring Lily Collins, Sam Claflin, Christian Cooke, Tamsin Egerton

Genre Comedy, Romance

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Rosie and her childhood best friend Alex are plagued by bad timing as they pine after each other over the course of many years. But as each navigates the complexities of life, love, and everything in between, they always find their way back to each other and try to find out if their fated friendship could be something more.

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Meagen Tajalle Profile picture for Meagen Tajalle

Although this movie is pretty predictable, it features a wonderful cast and is an enjoyable watch for anyone who loves Sam Claflin or Lily Collins. I wouldn't say it's a stand-out romantic comedy, but it won't disappoint on movie night.

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WHAT ARE CRITICS SAYING?

70

Variety by Guy Lodge

As appealingly humanized by Collins and Claflin, Rosie and Alex are sufficiently flawed, three-dimensional beings for their continued attachment to each other to convince.
50

The Dissolve by Kate Erbland

Unfortunately, the film frequently relies on telling over showing, and Rosie and Alex’s bond is rarely demonstrated through palpable on-screen chemistry.
50

The Playlist by Kevin Jagernauth

Love, Rosie doesn't aspire to be anything more than a digestible rom-com trifle. It's a sweet movie about sweet people who are always sweet to each other and it's enough to make one sick on the saccharine.
50

The A.V. Club by Mike D'Angelo

On the plus side, Collins (Mirror Mirror, The Blind Side) and Claflin (Finnick Odair in the Hunger Games franchise) are both appealing enough, even if their chemistry makes Rosie and Alex’s we’re-just-pals stance appear even more ludicrous than intended.
50

Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Collins (“Mirror Mirror”) and Claflin, of the last “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie, do well by the mooning over each other across a crowded dance floor stuff. But they have to keep us believing in “the dream” and hoping for their romance. They don’t.

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