|Lily Collins||Rosie Dunne|
|Sam Claflin||Alex Stewart|
|Martin Moszkowicz||Executive Producer|
Love, Rosie available in DVD
|Sound:||[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]|
Love, Rosie proves to be the classic film of two best friends, who have been in love from the moment they laid eyes on each other, but due to a lack of communication can never seem to make it work. Such is the story of Rosie and Alex, played by Lily Collins and Sam Claflin respectively. Directed by Christian Ditter and written by Juliette Townidi, the movie is based on Cecelia Ahern’s 2004 novel, Where the Rainbows End. The movie’s extravagantly romantic plotline makes it perfect for the young woman in search of a light hearted happy ending film. Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were five. A wild night out for Rosie’s 18th birthday leads to a kiss that, in typical romantic comedy fashion, changes their friendship dynamic. Throughout the film the two continuously squash all romantic feeling they evidently have toward each other. After she lets another boy take her to prom, an after prom mishap leaves Rosie pregnant, forcing her to halt her college plans. She and Alex had previously decided they would both move from their home in England to Boston, Massachusetts where Alex would study medicine and Rosie would study hotel management, in order to fulfill her dream of owning her own hotel. Rosie, instead of telling her best friend about her pregnancy, decides to keep the baby a secret. With this little secret begins the story of two best friends whose paths never seem to cross at the right time. Although not a life altering, Academy Award worthy, film it does offer the viewer a brief escape from reality. This is a light hearted film, bursting with sweetness, and all in all, a movie to lie in bed and watch on Sunday night.