Forever My Girl

2018

Drama / Music / Romance

70
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 21%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 6221

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Reviewed by Bob Rutzel 7 / 10

A Good Love Story

Here's the thing: Josie (Jessica Rothe) is left at the Alter by Liam Page (Alex Roth). Now 8-years later we see that Liam Page is a big Country Music Star. He decides to return to his home town. Is it because he realizes he still loves Josie? Oh, no. He sees on TV that his best friend was killed in a car accident and that's why he goes. Now while there he, of course, runs into Josie and she wants nothing to do with him. (Of course, we don't believe that) But here's the other thing: he finds out he has a daughter named Billy (Abby Ryder Fortson) who is 7-yrs old. For once his head is clear. Let the games begin.

Now we know that Josie still loves Liam and Liam still loves Josie. Another thing: Billy figures out that Liam is her father and wants to get to know him. Josie isn't too sure about all this, but is willing to give it a try. So we know, in time, this will all work out. That is until something happens to Billy. Liam blames himself and goes away..... again.

Notables: John Benjamin Hickey as Pastor Brian, Liam's father; Tyler Riggs as Jake, Josie's brother who doesn't like Liam; Peter Cambor as Sam, Liam's manager, who convinces Liam to follow his heart; Travis Tritt as Walt, a singer in a bar Liam goes to.

It was surprising to hear Billy talk like she was wise beyond her years, but that is what we have and, actually, she was pretty good. And we see that she has a musical talent no one knew about.

The acting all around is very good as was the music especially the last song. This is slow paced, but I think that was needed. (Hey, you can't rush these things)

We are all waiting for the reason Liam left Josie at the Alter. And yes, it's kind of a stretch but it is what we have.

This is a very good love story , but I did notice one thing, one GLARING thing: at no time did Liam or Jose say, "I love you." We just have to read into it, and I am sure we will. (Yes, we will) (7/10)

Violence: No. Sex: No. Nudity: No. Humor: Yes. Language: No. Rating: B

Reviewed by xox_jessjess_xox 8 / 10

Enjoyable! Don't listen to to the critics!

If you're looking for a feel-good, bit of a tear jerker country romance movie, then this is for you! Very much so along the lines of Nichols Sparks romances and that's more than okay by me. No, it's not a blockbuster nor does it stray from a bit of cliche. But does that make it any less enjoyable? No.

I'm not going to write about the plot, the acting etc. I don't need to. This is a feel good movie with some beautiful country music to boot. Give it a go.

Reviewed by Hellmant 5 / 10

Better than I expected it to be at least.

'FOREVER MY GIRL': Two and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

A romantic drama about a country superstar that returns to his hometown, after being gone for eight years, and reunites with the former bride he left behind at the altar. The film stars Alex Roe, Jessica Rothe, John Benjamin Hickey, Abby Ryder Fortson, Travis Tritt and Judith Hoag. It was written and directed by Bethany Ashton Wolf, and it's received mostly negative reviews from critics. I found it to be better than I expected it to be at least.

Liam Page (Roe) was a rising country star who was about to become famous, and marry his high school sweetheart Josie (Rothe), when he decided to leave his small town for good, and Josie at the altar. After eight years of partying, drugs, and fame, Liam decides to return home when his former best friend dies. Once he's home he runs into Josie, and everyone else he left behind. Lots of drama of course erupts from his visit.

The movie is a pretty clich├ęd, feel good romantic family film (with lots of country music). It's the type of movie I usually hate, but I found this one to be a little more interesting than some (because of it's commentary on fame primarily). I also think it's pretty well acted, for what it is, and not too overly cheesy or melodramatic. It's of course all of those bad things as well, but it's a little better made than most (and what I had expected it to be).

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