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The Love Letter

By Grace Montgomery, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Dull made-for-TV romcom has dated stereotypes, no romance.

Movie NR 2015 88 minutes
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Although it's chock-full of recognizable TV stars, this dull romcom is so boring, you'd be better off watching a few reruns of Sister, Sister. With only a few characters and a few sets, this low-budget TV movie is mostly dialogue, which, unfortunately, is awkward, unrealistic, and mostly just bland. There's little spark between any of the characters, making you wonder why any of them would want to marry another. And the dated stereotypes about women are awful, making what would be a boring film down-right terrible.

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