Endless Love (2014)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Romance

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The story of a privileged girl and a charismatic boy whose instant desire sparks a love affair made only more reckless by parents trying to keep them apart.




  • Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in Endless Love (2014)
  • Joely Richardson and Bruce Greenwood in Endless Love (2014)
  • Gabriella Wilde in Endless Love (2014)
  • Rhys Wakefield and Anna Enger Ritch in Endless Love (2014)
  • Shana Feste in Endless Love (2014)
  • Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in Endless Love (2014)

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18 May 2014 | ketgup83
| If you are looking for a nice romantic date, Endless Love might be a good choice
Life is unpredictable and then life will turn upside down when you meet you the right person and will feel like staying in safe haven with the person closest to you. Endless Drama is romantic–drama that has strong performances but is mowed by a weak script.

Endless Love tells the story of a high-society yet shy and introvert girl who falls in love with charismatic boy who works in a garage with his father. The journey of their love begins but faces hurdles in form of their parents who disapproves of their relationship.

Endless Love has everything going in its favor - enchanting chemistry between the screen couple, nice background score , beautiful location. However the fairy tale does not last long with never ending drama towards the climax and is saddened by a weak script which makes the movie a one-time watch. Alex Pettyfer gives a fine performance and giving admirable performance with each film. Gabriella Wilde is eye- candy but needs to have better expression. Bruce Greenwood, Robert Patrick are usual dependent.

So, if you are looking for a nice romantic date with your partner, you might choose Endless Love for a perfect evening. Decent 2.75/5

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