Rated PG-13 · 109 minutes · 2009

Drama, Romance
Jennifer Aniston’s stardom has all but eclipsed any hope she has of disappearing into a role. Still, her earthy twinkle is one of the only tolerable aspects of this gooey romantic drama/Qwest commercial, in which Aaron Eckhart’s widowed self-help guru learns to practice the grieving that he preaches with the help of Aniston’s quirky Seattle florist. Polished and formulaic—right down to the casting of Judy Greer as The Best Friend—this film, from first-time director Brandon Camp (his dad made the Benji movies!), might have had something profound to say if Camp hadn’t been burdened with a chemistry-free romance and wanton product placement. Granted, no one wants to spend Date Night blubbering over a film that explores pain and sorrow, so instead we get to see Eckhart phone it in as he’s transformed by a fun chick who takes him to Bruce Lee’s grave. Truly cheap.
Official Site: www.lovehappensmovie.com
Director: Brandon Camp
Producer: Scott Stuber, Mike Thompson, J. Miles Dale, Rick Solomon and Ryan Kavanaugh
Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Jennifer Aniston, Dan Fogler, Judy Greer, Joe Anderson, John Carroll Lynch, Martin Sheen, Frances Conroy, Sasha Alexander, Clyde Kusatsu, Michael Kopsa, Michelle Harrison, Darla Vandenbossche, Tom Pickett and Patricia Harras


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Portland Mercury It Happens Love Happens dares to be different, looks stupid. by Marjorie Skinner 09/17/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week The Age of Stupid: Live from New York; Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs; Love Happens and more. 09/17/2009

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