Love Sick Love

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Is there anything better than the early days of a new love affair? The fresh sensations and experiences, the all-night conversations, the surprises and wonders, the fleshy curiosities answered in and out of the bedroom, the handcuffs, knives and axes… Norman (Matthew Settle) is a big city man with his own business, a callous nature and and a penchant for spending time with his lady friends, but his latest gal pal has shown a particular tenacity towards staying in his life as more than simply booty-call material. Dori (Katia Winter) is sexy and beautiful, but she’s also a little bit smothering. Advised by his friend (Jim Gaffigan) to drop her completely Norman instead accepts Dori’s offer for a weekend getaway to her childhood home, but what starts as a sensuous vacation turns into a family reunion that he may never escape from. Love Sick Love tells a somewhat familiar tale, boy meets girl/girl goes psycho/boy realizes that no tail is worth this, but it does it with an unexpected sense of humor. That’s good in that the film offers up some laughs, but it’s bad in that it makes the otherwise serious and hopefully suspenseful scenes far less affecting than intended.

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published: 01.30.2015
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