Love, Again (2015) Rated TV-G

love againA couple on the verge of a separation must put their differences aside for their daughter’s wedding. Starring Teri Polo, Paul Johansson, Chloe Babcook 

The concept for this movie appealed to me. I was hoping to see the story of two people working to save their marriage; instead, I watched two people who didn’t even try to fight for their marriage.

When they first realize how distant they have become with each other, they ask, “What should we do about this?”  The first and only solution they arrive at is to separate.  Not, let’s look at where we’ve gone astray and try to reconnect, just call it quits.

Of course, the wedding story takes over from there, and the parents are forced to remain in each others’ company for the sake of their daughter’s happiness.  Even so, that doesn’t excuse the poorly written story line.  The couple never does fall back in love, but they don’t want to divorce either.  They seem to still love each other, but they choose to make the other jealous instead.  It’s petty and asinine and not worth watching.  This movie is a pass.




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