Love, Rosie

Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) are best friends and then Alex moves to America. They try to keep their friendship intact but it proves to have it’s complications. I found this film very heartwarming and cute but it was frustrating.

*Contains Spoilers*

Throughout the film you see these two characters grow from teenagers into adults. The frustrating parts were that there were so many misunderstandings about their relationship and if they just sat down and had a conversation they could have gotten together sooner. They just keep missing each other and they only get together right at the very end.

The film is a romantic comedy and there were some brilliant laugh out loud moments. Not only do each of them get married to someone else but Rosie has a daughter and Rosie get’s handcuffed to a bed and can’t find the key. It’s time to take her daughter to school and she can’t get them off so she ends up taking the whole headboard with her.

I love this film it’s nice and easy going. Lilly Collins and Sam Claflin have great chemistry which shows on screen.

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