Watch: Love Accidentally 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – When their significant others each break up with them, Alexa accidentally sends Jason a ‘broken heart’ text, thinking she’s texting her friend..
Plot: Alexa and Jason are competing for a position at an advertising firm when their partners break up with them. Alexa mistakenly texts Jason, and they start a phone-only relationship. When they meet and the truth comes out, will true love prevail?
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|5.3/10 Votes: 617|
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A bad remake of classics.
This is a very similar style movie as the shop around the corner, the good old summertime, and you’ve got mail. ( please eat those instead). But the thing that drove me the most crazy was not the lack of chemistry or their constant signing at EVERYTHING, but the constant voice texting….why, why is the movie voice texts ALL THE TIME like text, and have them narrate the text, not constantly just sending one line text via voice text. It was hard to watch this movie.
Rom-coms are doomed when there isn’t any chemistry between the leads
IN A NUTSHELL: Freevee is an ad-supported movie streaming service by Amazon. This disappointing rom-com was directed by Peter Sullivan and written by Robert Dean Klein.
THINGS I LIKED: I had never seen either of the good-looking lead actors in anything before: Brenda Song and Aaron O’Connell.
I love it when movies talk about other movies. Sense and Sensibility is even quoted in this flick, although another character calls it “Chick Lit”.
The opening credits are energetic and quickly get you in the mood for a rom-com.
The movie is clean with no profanity and sex scenes.
I assume the title is a respectful nod to the romantic comedy Love Actually which has star power, charm, and chemistry. A more appropriate comparison and title for this one could have been a spin-off of You’ve Got Mail by naming it You’ve Got Texts.
THINGS I DIDN’T LIKE: There’s absolutely zero chemistry between the leads. Both of their personalities are super self-absorbed and annoying, making it difficult to want to root for them.
Super cliched with extremely predictable plot and dialogue.
The workplace bickering is exhausting.
A lot of bad acting moments.
The cheesy music is often overbearing.
I like Denise Richards, so I was sad to see her mess with her beautiful face with plastic surgery.
Are baggy clothes coming back? I was surprised to see Brenda Song in such old-fashioned clothing. Was it intended for her to look like a bad dresser?
Because the main character’s name is Alexa, my voice assistant went off in the room every time someone said her name. Ha ha So many hair extensions, Botox, and fake eyelashes.
It drives me nuts when female characters in movies go to bed with tons of makeup still on.
It’s supposed to be a comedy but there really isn’t much humor.
How is it the female character lives in a gorgeous, expensive house, yet the other successful sales guy in the company, the lead male character, has a dumpy-looking kitchen and eats Hot Pockets?
Ultimately, the movie has no magic and will be instantly unforgettable.
TIPS FOR PARENTS: * Kids will be completely bored.
Lots of alcohol.
We see a shirtless man.
No sex scenes.
THEMES: Competition Relationships Break-ups Texting Communication
You can see the full review on the Movie Review Mom YouTube channel.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Peter Sullivan
Writer Robert Dean Klein
Actors Brenda Song, Aaron O’Connell, Denise Richards
Country United States
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