#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – As part of a drunken bet with her sister, a happily married woman sends an anonymous Valentine’s card to her husband to see if he hides it. When he does, what was a prank leads to a series of events and revelations that puts her marriage at risk, and leaves her looking for revenge.
Plot: For years, Archie has been pining for Alice, the wife of his law partner, Sam. When Archie impulsively sends Alice an anonymous love note, she assumes it to be a playful gesture from her husband, and replies with her own unsigned letter. After Sam hides the note, Alice’s sister, Felicity, convinces her that he must be having an affair. As the extent of Sam’s infidelities becomes clear, Alice turns to Archie for support.
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Low Expectations, Better Results
Watching TRUTH ABOUT LOVE (is this a double entendre about the star?) is like plugging in white noise or manufactured water sounds to help you sleep – you put it in the DVD slot because there is nothing else left on the store shelves and you are in need of distraction after a hectic day. And it works for that for that purpose: being a British romantic comedy it is a bit more.
The story is a rather simple one about a wife Alice (Jennifer Love Hewitt) married to an increasingly distant husband Sam (Jimi Mistry) who has put their love life on hold due to the burdens of his busy law practice. His partner Archie (Dougray Scott) is fond of both Sam and Alice, but has a longtime attraction to Alice that goes beyond friendship. Alice pals with her sister Felicity (Kate Miles), a free love advocate, who encourages Alice to have affairs. On Valentine’s Day, after a drinking binge with her sister, Alice mails a card to Sam signed ‘Anonymous’ as a test to see if Sam responds, testing his fidelity. At the same time Archie mails a radish seed packet to Alice on which he has inscribed a suggestive love not. Both have ex post facto regrets. Sam in fact is spending time with a lover Katya (Branka Katic) and is indeed cheating on Alice. Alice arranges assignations with Sam via email and phone calls and plans to meet Sam in disguise as ‘Anonymous’ to test his fidelity. The entire cast of characters gets caught up in the silly charade and the ending proves that real love must be based on truth – and how that results in the various pairings is the surprise (of sorts) of the fluffy script.
British comedies work because of the quality of writing and the tight quality of acting. Perhaps had director John Hay elected to cast a British actress as Alice instead of pasting a phony accent on Jennifer Love Hewitt the result may have been improved. But in the end this story by Peter Bloore bounces between mildly humorous and pathetic in its messages. One terrible distraction is a musical score that is consistently so loud that it covers all the dialogue and is intrusive. There are some nice scenes of London and a few moments of passable humor, but in the end this little film is truly best utilized as background music/white noise. Grady Harp
Very seductive Jennifer
I don’t see how people cannot like this movie or rip on Jennifer’s performance. When she dresses up with the long hair she looks simply amazing and considering she’s from Texas her British accent is pretty good. It’s kind of funny listening to Jennifer talk dirty. She doesn’t come across like that at all in “real life”. How anyone could hurt this woman in a movie or in reality is beyond me. Anyway, the story seems to move along pretty well and the sub-plot with the trial of the famous athlete could be right out of today’s headlines. You end up hating Sam, cheering for Archie and Alice, and even feeling a little sorry for Katya. I like the movie and may even let me wife watch it. Radish anyone?
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director John Hay
Writer William Johnston, Peter Bloore, Rik Carmichael
Actors Dougray Scott, Jennifer Love Hewitt, David Christian
Country United Kingdom
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length 2,618 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A