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Endless Love

Endless Love

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Director: Shana Feste

Cast: Alex Pettyfer, Gabriella Wilde, Robert Patrick


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In this adaptation of the 1979 novel by Scott Spencer, passion yields to tragedy when the parents of a privileged girl (Gabriella Wilde) attempt to thwart her heated romance with a handsome valet (Alex Pettyfer).


In this adaptation of the 1979 novel by Scott Spencer, passion yields to tragedy when the parents of a privileged girl (Gabriella Wilde) attempt to thwart her heated romance with a handsome valet (Alex Pettyfer).

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Endless Love is a film for teens, so nobody in its target demo will probably care that it's a remake of a 1981 movie that starred Brooke Shields. For the record, though, this version is nowhere near as bonkers as the original, in which moms spied with satisfied approval on their daughters having sex and people were accidentally killed and wrongly institutionalized left and right. If you're hoping for some over-the-top operatic madness, 2014's Endless Love doesn't have what you're looking for. But if you're in the mood for a very, very earnest drama about 18-year-olds being soul mates, you've come to the right place. The story is simple: David Elliot (Alex Pettyfer) has always had a thing for Jade Butterfield (Gabriella Wilde), but somehow never managed to speak to her throughout all of high school. In fairness, most of their graduating class didn't really know her. This might have something to do with Jade's rich, clichéd, domineering father (Bruce Greenwood), who sees nothing wrong with his teenage daughter starting college despite having zero experience socializing with her peers. Nor does he foresee any conflict when he lines up Jade's entire educational career when she's only 17, setting her up with a medical internship the summer before she starts as a freshman in the premed program at Brown. Of course, it could be relevant that Jade's older brother died of cancer some years back and her dad never quite got over it. So when Jade and David hit it off right after graduation, Dad is none too pleased. He's incensed when they participate in a montage of sharing one bicycle and kissing in the rain, and even madder when Jade says she wants to skip her internship in order to spend more time with David. We soon wonder if Jade's father has totally lost his moral compass, and if he'll resort to reprehensible measures to stop them from being together. Except we're not really wondering, because clearly the premise of the movie is that he will. This isn't high art: It's young-love-sploitation, Twilight without the vampires. And in that sense, Endless Love is right on the mark. Stories have been capitalizing on the explosive sense of urgency offered by teenage romance since Romeo and Juliet, and while this movie isn't exactly a work of fine literature, it's an adequate foray into the genre. However, if 2014's Endless Love had included all of the criminal convictions and accidental deaths of the original, it might have bared a closer resemblance to Shakespeare.

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alex Pettyfer David Elliot
Gabriella Wilde Jade Butterfield
Robert Patrick Harry Elliot
Bruce Greenwood Hugh Butterfield
Rhys Wakefield Keith Butterfield
Dayo Okeniyi Mace
Emma Rigby Jenny
Joely Richardson Anne Butterfield
Anna Enger Sabine
Fabianne Therese Checka
Mike Bland Harry's Friend
Jake Schultz Harry's Friend
Jeff Pope Mechanic
Zechariah Pierce Waiter
Ryan Lewis Maserati Driver
Dan Triandiflou Manager
Stephanie Northrup Dawn
Andrew Masset Joe
Patrick Johnson Chris Butterfield
Alexa Rachelle High School Girl
Jonathan Velazquez Party Boy
Marie Burke Gwen
Danielle Rodas Dancing Party Girl
Tallie Brinson Dancing Party Boy
William Henry Milne Boy in Pool
Sonia Rose Girl in Pool
Joey Nappo Charlie
Jimmy Gonzales Cop
Michelle S. Brzenk Hospital Receptionist
Sharon Conley Dr. Nesbitt
Matthew Withers Miles
Alexandra Bartee Kelly
Jon Menick Professor
Nelson Bonilla TSA Agent
Nathan Standridge TSA Agent
Skip D. Welch Fire Lieutenant
Judith Weston Pastor
Tim Davies Conductor

Technical Credits
Shana Feste Director,Screenwriter
Pamela Abdy Producer
Justine Baddeley Casting
Stacey Battat Costumes/Costume Designer
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Maryann Brandon Editor
J. Miles Dale Executive Producer
Kimberly Davis-Wagner Casting
Andrew Dunn Cinematographer
Tracy Falco Executive Producer
Clay Griffith Production Designer
John Moredock Set Decoration/Design
Michele Panelli-Venetis Asst. Director
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Joshua Safran Screenwriter
Stephanie Savage Producer
Josh Schwartz Producer
Angela Stauffer Art Director
Scott Stuber Producer

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Endless Love 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ginnie More than 1 year ago
a good summer type movie -