Falling Inn Love (\N)

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  • Release year: \N (2019-08-29)
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  • Original Title: Falling Inn Love
  • Voted: 11618
Falling Inn Love is a movie starring Christina Milian, Adam Demos, and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. When city girl Gabriela spontaneously enters a contest and wins a rustic New Zealand inn, she teams up with bighearted contractor Jake...
1Christina Milian\N
2Adam Demos\N
  • Bad, But I Loved It 8/31/2019 12:00:00 AM by theunnamed-18793 6

    Totally sappy, cheesy, silly, but sometimes you need a movie like that, right? This had me laughing at quite a few moments, because it really was sooo sappy. It's kitsch, but you should totally watch it on a night where you are entirely ambivalent to what you watch, and you think to yourself, why not? If my rating was based purely on the enjoyment I received from this movie, it would be much higher.

  • Sweet love story 8/30/2019 12:00:00 AM by Amani 7

    I have to wonder if the other reviewers have ever watched a romantic comedy. A health relationship takes months to curate not just a weekend. I enjoyed the lead character. The balance of male and female characters without one being dominated over the other.

  • classic rom com 8/29/2019 12:00:00 AM by rachelsj 7

    Not the strongest plot, predictable lines.. but not half bad. it was funny, and if you know what you are signing up for - a typical rom com - it isnt a bad watch, especially in terms of netflix originals!

  • Like a really bad Hallmark movie 8/29/2019 12:00:00 AM by hellofaye 2

    Don't get me wrong, I love a good rom com but this really was bad. Such an amazing filming location and we didn't even get to see much of New Zealand. No chemistry between the actors, the acting was diabolical. I gave it two stars, one for beautiful New Zealand and one for the goat (who I think was the best actor of all). Surprised Netflix endorsed this. It's bad - avoid.

  • If artificial intelligence wrote romcoms... 9/1/2019 12:00:00 AM by felinebird 3

    This film contains every predictable motif of the romcom genre - it's genuinely as if it's been thrown together through machine intelligence. City girl, country boy, cheerful locals, burgeoning love... wafer thin plot.

    I love a cheesy movie, but could see how this one would end purely from the promotional picture before I pressed play. Still watched it all though ;-)

1Robyn Snyderproducer