“Love, Rosie” is a cute movie about two childhood friends trying to deal with each other. They flirt, they have fun, but they keep missing each other at those key moments. Is there something there or should they just stay friends? These are issues that weight heavy in the moment, but some don’t ever get to experience. I’m not sure what to chalk that up to, but personal experience will carry you further with the material.

Lily Collins grows far more attractive with each film she stars in and I can’t wait to see her headline more movies. Sam Claflin might impress in genre entertainment installments, but I didn’t quite feel it from him. But, the male leads always get the thankless roles in these kinds of pictures. Meh, what can you do?

The DVD comes with no special features. The A/V Quality is fairly sharp for this kind of feature. After all, romantic comedies just need a Dolby 5.1 track to set a mood and create an environment. The transfer is typical for recent standard definition releases. In the end, it’s worth a purchase to the curious.

Release Date: 05/05/15

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