Nick and Natalie are down on their luck in relationships. One day they both make a wish for love in the local fountain. Soon, they both start dreaming of each other and in one week they either get to make their dreams come true or lose the each other. Starring Katharine McPhee, Mike Vogel, JoBeth Williams, Antonio Cupo
What makes a good romance? A good romance allows people to believe that the romance they are watching is possible. This movie, surprising does not. It’s unrealistic. These two people talk every night and yet they don’t talk about where they work, like names. I usually say I work at so and so when I’m talking about my work. They never mention this even through they talk about their jobs and dreams. I get it they wanted to cause more of a conflict but come on, that’s not realistic. Thus, I had a hard time figuring out how they could have met or why they couldn’t have checked on the facts that were discussed at night. Especially after there was signs that what they were saying was real. This Hallmark film is a pass for me.