Following the original hit seven years later, My Sassy Girl stars Jesse Bradford and Elisha Cuthbert in a nice, yet watered down version. The original packed an emotional punch that the remake wasn't able to capture despite having similarly cute and funny scenes. What was a whimsical, quirky yet romantic film became just another rom-com. To begin with, New York was just so wrong for such a story. To handle her deep, yet secret emotional pain, Jordan Roarke Cuthbert gets drunk and passes out wherever on a regular basis. Now, here's a really hot girl who's collapsing in all sorts of unlikely places, like the subway, where she meets Charlie for the first time.
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Watch the video. My Sassy Girl is the tale of the first and last time Charlie Bello falls in love. From their initial meeting, trouble is the name of the game. Imagine an amorphous mass of dating disasters and you get an idea of the relationship between the young couple. Some mysterious force with the strength of gravity between two planets must be at play between Charlie and Jordan as the relationship truly makes no sense on the surface. Everything seems pitted against the two of them. Things suddenly come to a halt when the two write letters confessing their love for each other. Agreeing to meet a year later to read the love letters together, Charlie and Jordan go their separate ways. Written by Marx-Michael.
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Both films are based on a true story told in a series of blog posts written by Kim Ho-sik, who later adapted them into a fictional novel. Samuell, describes the film as "a fable about destiny, " while Bradford described it as "a romantic comedy about how they pull each other to a more healthy place by virtue of their relationship. It was distributed by Entertainment in Video. Yann Samuell. Anita Brandt Burgoyne. My Sassy Girl. Both films are based on a true story told in a series of blog posts written