Fixing Pete

2011

Comedy / Romance

140
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 510

Synopsis


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Cast

Brooke Burns as Maggie
Dylan Bruno as Pete
John Ratzenberger as Clayton
Valerie Harper as Mrs. Friedlander
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800.54 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
120 min
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1.45 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
120 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by caseybones 5 / 10 / 10

Bland, generic Hallmark drivel

Hallmark seems to be stuck in a rut, using the same script over and over. Beautiful, successful female lead with good job that everyone loves. Her boyfriend is a pompous ass given only trite lines and written so that it's clear that he's going to do something selfish and alienate the heroine. In comes the new man on the scene for some contrived reason and after some requisite dislike, they find they are soul-mates and fall in love. End with heroine misreading the signals and getting ready to leave when new love interest bursts onto the scene to save her. Most of the Christmas movies from Hallmark have the same plot so I guess I shouldn't be surprised that this is no different. The only thing missing is some cheesy snowfall at the end which is required for Christmas movies. They definitely need a new writing staff.

Reviewed by DaggerSpawn 2 / 10 / 10

Not perfect, but wonderful and feel-good

Not perfect, but wonderful and feel-good. It is the kind of movie you can enjoy alone (even if you're single!) - you don't have to have a date to enjoy it. It is a good movie for a single hopeless romantic. The beginning half had some moments of incredibly brilliant scripting (I laughed or chuckled several times during the movie). The latter half took some stretching of our ability to believe and somewhat less brilliant scripting, BUT, it was always feel-good and good-natured throughout. Generally compassionate and considerate characters throughout as well. So 1.75 thumbs up from me. I was impressed with all of the actors' abilities as the movie progressed. And I am left smiling after the movie and in a good mood! So overall, it was good.

Reviewed by boblipton 2 / 10 / 10

Repulsive Opposites Attract

The Hallmark Channel scrapes the bottom of the barrel -- I hope -- in this would-be knock-off of WOMAN OF THE YEAR. He's an incoherent sportswriter who doesn't own a shirt with a collar who has written a book. She's an obsessive-compulsive control freak who does some sort of makeover show for the paper's affiliated TV station, called upon to give him a makeover for his upcoming book tour. Of course they fall in love, but first we have to endure ninety-minutes of obnoxious pretty people. At least they probably are obnoxious. We are given no more sense of who they are than I have just given you. Our only reason to wish them well is that their friends are even more overtly annoying than they; he's got a stoner friend and she's got a self-involved boyfriend and a looks-obsessed girlfriend. No one expects anything new in the way of story lines. This one was old when Shakespeare set Benedict and Beatrice wrangling. Still, if the hacks who produced this wish us to look at this plot yet again, they need to give us something: characters we can care about, situations that are novel or a couple of jokes that are well told. This one offers the viewer nothing, except that they are good-looking young people. So are their vile friends and I don't care a fig about any of them.

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