The Truth About LoveDirector: John Hay
A simple Valentine's Day card leads a couple to ponder the strength of their love in this romantic comedy starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dougray Scott, and Jim Mistry. When Alice (Hewitt) receives a Valentine's Day card from her husband Sam (Mistry)'s best friend, Archie (Scott) -- who harbors a lingering crush on his lifelong pal's beautiful wife -- she mistakenly assumes it to be from her husband, and playfully responds with an anonymous card of her own. Suspicions rise however, when Sam hides the anonymous card from his wife and she begins to suspect that he may have a secret mistress. Could a simple prank have the power to unravel years of marital bliss and shake the foundation of Alice and Sam's loving relationship, or will Sam's lovelorn pal Archie be able to help his old friend save his marriage despite his growing feelings for Alice?
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- Alchemy / Millennium
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Cast & Crew
|Jennifer Love Hewitt||Alice|
|Bill Allan||Executive Producer|
|Jeremy Bolt||Executive Producer|
|Christopher Figg||Executive Producer|
|Ivan MacTaggart||Executive Producer|
|Graham Ross||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Debbie Wiseman||Score Composer|
1. Opening Credits [4:39]
2. Secret Admirer [7:07]
3. Bristol High Court [8:45]
4. Workout [8:51]
5. Movie Night [7:54]
6. How Romantic [7:13]
7. Blindfold [7:33]
8. What Have I Done? [5:32]
9. Text Message [11:42]
10. Too Sexy [9:51]
11. Dear Alice [8:11]
12. Ending Credits [7:21]
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pretty good movie.
As much as I like Jennifer Love Hewitt, I'm sorry to say, the acting was just that! ... and the accent? Please! This movie proves there's allot to be said for having good supporting actors - (you won't find 'em here). Dry, dull and predictable.
I watched this movie first on TV. I rather enjoyed it, but remember it is what it is. It's a fairly light hearted romantic comedy, but there are some really great scenes! A bit predictable, but enjoyable nonetheless.