Directed by Peter Sullivan, Love Accidentally rescues the essence of romantic comedies that were so successful in the past. On a basic premise, the story follows alexa (Brenda Song) and Jason (Aaron O'Connell), two co-workers who hate each other and need to compete for a promotion. Both discover that they are running against each other on the same day they are dumped by their respective love partners.

When Alexa breaks her cell phone, the company delivers another one and because the numbers are all segmented, she ends up exchanging her best friend's phone digits for Jason's and starts an intimate chat about her feelings with him without knowing who he is. The two continue talking anonymously, knowing things they would never know about each other.

The roadmap for Robert Dean Klein does not innovate or try to change the clichés of the genre. It's all very predictable and comfortably follows the formula stipulated in this theme. There aren't many surprises along the way, the plot is all about the interaction of the two protagonists, with supporting characters that only serve to elevate this story, no one else in the core has a minimally explored arc, everything they do serves only as a link to events. main.

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On the other hand, the teaching is clear, it all leads to the analysis of how we don't truly know people because we are busy competing with them. That part, the script does very well, entertaining while delivering the important message.

Love Accidentally It's a simple, predictable movie that manages to entertain those who miss romantic comedies and don't bother to know exactly how everything will turn out. Even with an interesting message, the feature becomes just another one for singing all the events and not exploring the potential it could, without investing in diversity in any of the characters and forgetting the strength that its female core could have.

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criticize-love-accidentallyLove Accidentally is a simple, predictable movie that manages to entertain those who miss romantic comedies and don't bother to know exactly how everything will turn out. Even with an interesting message, the feature becomes just another one for singing all the events and not exploring the potential it could, without investing in diversity in any of the characters and forgetting the strength that its female core could have.

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