(2020) (Geraldine Viswanathan, Dacre Montgomery) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Romantic Comedy: With the help of a man she's just met, a twenty-something woman opens an art gallery that features broken relationship memorabilia.
Lucy Gulliver (GERALDINE VISWANATHAN) is a twenty-something art gallery assistant who lives in Brooklyn with her best friends, Amanda (MOLLY GORDON) -- who's dating Jeff (NATHAN DALES) -- and Nadine (PHILLIPA SOO) who seems to be addicted to sleeping with and then breaking up with her many lesbian lovers.
Lucy is dating 35-year-old Max (UTKARSH AMBUDKAR) who runs an art gallery owned by Eva Wolf (BERNADETTE PETERS) and she finally seems happy in her life. Perhaps so much so that maybe she won't need to add to her extensive collection of "memorabilia" she's kept from all of her past romantic relationships.
But then Max's ex-girlfriend reenters the picture and flirts with him at a gallery reception where not only does Lucy lose him, but also her job due to her public behavior. She ends up getting in a car owned by Nick (DACRE MONTGOMERY), mistakenly believing him to be her ride-sharing driver. Despite that not being his job -- he's working on opening a chic hotel with help from his friend Marcos (ARTURO CASTRO) and others -- he decides to give her a ride home.
They later end up meeting again and upon seeing his under construction hotel walls she decides to hang up Max's tie there, labeling it The Broken Hearts Gallery. Soon, word gets out about the unique spot and others contribute items they've kept from failed or fateful relationships. As that happens, Lucy and Nick end up growing closer.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Teens and older pre-teens who are fans of romantic comedies might show some interest.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For sexual content throughout and some crude references, strong language and drug references.
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