All My Life could have been a great movie. Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr did an excellent job in the lead roles, but where it fell flat was the supporting cast. They all felt forced and not properly given enough of a backstory to feel something for them.
The story itself was heartbreaking. Rothe in particular did a splendid job of showing her emotions. The audience could absorb her performance and really feel her pain. I cried.
I don’t feel the movie is worthy of risking exposure to CoVid, but when it streams I’d give it a shot.
Normally a movie lights my brain up with things to say about it, but this one just left me blah. I don’t like throwing out bad reviews because I know all these people put their hearts and souls into their performance and are proud of their work. But alas, I just didn’t feel that it was well done.
About The Peetimes: Luckily the movie is not too terribly long. I will definitely Recommend the 1st Peetime to avoid missing the development during the 2nd Peetime.
There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of All My Life. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
Rated (PG-13) Brief Language
Genres: Drama, Romance
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