Love at First Glance


Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 1,282


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August 26, 2020



Amy Smart as Mary Landers
Eden Riegel as Claire
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795.76 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
80 min
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1.6 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
80 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by phd_travel 2 / 10 / 10

The premise doesn't convince

I like Amy Smart - she has a bright engaging personality without being annoyingly perky like some other Hallmark actresses. However this movie just doesn't have a convincing story. After finding a cell phone left behind by a guy on a train this reporter decides to write a story about him and falls in love with him via what she finds out about him from the people she interviews about him. As if! Adrien Grenier looks ill at ease in his few scenes. At the end a kiss? People aren't like that.

Reviewed by MIamiReviewer 5 / 10 / 10


Were the other reviewers paid to give this high marks? I love Hallmark movies, but this one was terrible. It made me physically uncomfortable. It's like Hallmark scored some very high profile actors, and then got too comfortable with the presumed success of the movie, so didn't bother paying for a decent script/director/cameraperson/editor. To start, the timing of this movie was all off. I can't tell if the actors didn't know their stuff or if the problem was with the editing. But the whole thing just felt off. More importantly, the entire premise is off-putting. Sure, I get why she falls for him, given that her job has her learn all kinds of stuff about him. But he knows nothing about her, but is sending creepy texts to her the whole time, and then comes home and immediately tells her he loves her. If this movie had instead been aired on LMN instead of Hallmark, I would have been waiting for the "twist" when it turns out he is trying to lure her into an Eastern European human trafficking ring. I know we are supposed to suspend belief for TV, but even suspending belief made me feel like I needed a shower to get off the creepy feeling. Finally, Adrian Grenier, did you even read your lines before doing your 3 scenes? He had maybe 5 minutes of screen time in the whole movie, and I think they just paid him to show up, not to actually put any effort in. His weird, script-reading performance only amped up the creep factor. I felt physically uncomfortable for most of this movie. Ugh.

Reviewed by tashinaknight 5 / 10 / 10

Very confusing and didn't love it

I do love the actress (loved Twelve Dates of Christmas), but I didn't love the movie. It was mostly a bunch of smarmy stories (and I love Hallmark, so I can take most smarmy but this was over the top) put together about this way-better-than-perfect guy that she thinks she likes, except that she doesn't know him, who was conveniently out of the country for the whole movie. Meanwhile her male best friend/roommate (who is one of the regular cast of Hallmark guys) was being kind and supportive and always there for her. You know how in a Hallmark movie, even if there is an ex and a new guy and a guy best friend, it's always clear who the girl will end up with. Well, not this one. Does she fall in love with the perfect guy she's never talked to in person? Does she fall in love with the super nice roommate or best friend (I even watched the beginning again, and it didn't explain their relationship at the start of the movie)? I won't give spoilers, but I didn't know the answer until late in the movie. I was so unsure that I wasn't rooting for either of them, so when she picked, I actually didn't care.

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