Love, Rosie


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 89993


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February 28, 2015 at 12:36 PM


Sam Claflin as Alex Stewart
Tamsin Egerton as Sally
Lily Collins as Rosie Dunne
Art Parkinson as Gary Dunne
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811.32 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 42 min
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1hr 42 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hoangquandn 10 / 10

Love, Nice film

I watch the whole movie without knowing that's from a really nice novel; therefore, it has a simple storyline but the power it made is really fantastic and in a few moment, I nearly can feel as precisely as the two main characters did, mostly the actress although I'm a guy, haha. After all, we, we must pursue our dreams especially our love with the best effort, the time, once it's gone, will never come back, that's how real life, as well as such film, taught me.

Reviewed by simranaujla 5 / 10


Cute little movie that was genuine and funny and lowkey heartbreaking

Reviewed by bmari-24060 3 / 10


How anyone can find this movie romantic is beyond me (this is coming form a female of the intended demographic). It is your typical vapid shallow superficial Hollywood take on love, without having any of the sheen, glamour and high production quality of a Hollywood rom com. Therefore, it falls flat and is very tedious and hard to watch.

Not only is it completely unfunny, disjointed and filled with unnecessary profanity, it is also implausible. Surely the fact that Alex always chose some other girl before Rosie meant that he didn't really like her all that much and therefore could not be so in love with her for so long. I know that is how it works in that little land called reality. Therefore. I could never truly buy into this 'love story' if you can even call it that, although love montage would be more suitable. I also do not care for the actor who played Alex much. He doesn't possess a leading man quality and was not convincing in this role.

Romance must truly be dead in this day in age if this is what people consider to be romantic.

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