Lifeless, unforgivably dull and with a story that partially makes no sense and partially just isn't very good.
I very rarely give movies a 1/10, it suggests a film is devoid of any redeeming features but that's exactly what we have here.
ALEX PETTYFER: What I love about this movie is that it’s about two young people falling in love for the first time, and that naivete that they have, which was very inspiring for me to do the movie. I think when you’re my age, you want to have an aura of being a man.
A lot of movies, like Love Story, which is one of my favorite love films of all time, with Ali Mc Graw and Ryan O’Neill, touch on the basis of what they have to do when they fall in love, and then get married and have children. It’s about pure love, and the consequences that come with that, with being a young man and a young woman. To do this film, you had to go back and become a child again, to feel all of those feelings for the first time.
I think I can speak on behalf of women and say that every woman wants a man who just loves them and lusts after them. We wanted the baggage to be history that came up in the movie. To work with him and see his work ethic, and the way he approaches a scene, is mind-blowing to me. I want an empty seat there because my character would still set the table.
When they meet at the valet, that’s a moment that’s been waiting to happen for four years.I can't imagine the short is much better but can confidently say it won't be any worse.In this re-imagining of the 1981 film Endless Love (starring Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt), David Elliot (Alex Pettyfer), the working-class boy from a troubled background, falls for the beautiful Jade Butterfield (Gabriella Wilde) and attempts to prove to her privileged family that he is worthy of her love.Thing is everything is so vague, pretty much everything is open to interpretation and the whole thing is about as interesting as reading the back of a tin of beans and half as exciting.All the way through I was thinking to myself that it was building to something, it'll have a payoff but it didn't it really really didn't.