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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 801d ago | review

Safe Haven | Geekenstein Review

"While a by the numbers love story wouldn’t have bothered me, as long as the script was solid and the acting quality, Safe Haven manages to completely drop the ball and utterly destroy any enjoyment I could have ever rang out of its plot with a twist so drastic and out of left field in the last five minutes that I would have sworn I was watching an SNL skit parodying romances. You don’t go to see a movie like this to get a shocking ending, and I even researched the novel it was based on to make sure it was still there, so I’m not sure exactly what drugs Nicholas Sparks was on when he decided to end the plot in this manner" - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein.com (Cinema, Safe Haven) 2/5

alycakes  +   798d ago
This is one of those dumb musshy love stories I won't go see...life just isn't like that and people just get all caught up in it...

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