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I’m a sucker for a good inspirational tear-jerker movie. Mind you, I don’t watch them all the time, but there are times when it’s appropriate. Thanks to Lev3l I was given the chance to review this movie in exchange for an honest review. Here is my honest full 2 Hearts movie review.
About 2 Hearts the Film
For two couples the future unfolds in different decades and different places, but a hidden connection will bring them together in a way no one could have predicted. Based on an inspirational true story, 2 HEARTS is a romantic journey that celebrates life, love and generosity of spirit, and will strengthen our belief that miracles still happen.
My 2 Hearts Movie Review
While I was eager to watch this movie, I was a bit let down. When my family members passed away they were organ donors, and I was expecting to gain a fully captivating romance organ donation movie. This movie was a bit slow and hard to watch. I desperately wanted to like it because the principle behind this movie and the message it’s trying to convey is amazing.
For the first half of the movie, I was impatiently waiting on the full story to start to take shape. Then when it finally did, it felt like many details were left out and other details were added that weren’t needed.
The person who watched this movie with me liked the overall concept. She felt it was a bit drawn out, but she felt it was good.
It does pull at your heart strings. It does make you cry in some parts. There are two romances happening, but I feel this movie struggled to put all the pieces and storyline together in a manner where it flowed well. Now I will say as a writer, I don’t personally see how it could have been shared any differently to get the same message across.
This other reviewer expressed my thoughts perfectly:
There’s a great film to be made about organ donation — the miraculous, often mysterious link between donor and recipient and how that decision touches lives. But 2 Hearts doesn’t come close to finding the pulse required to be that movie.Maureen Lee Lenker
I can say it’s still worth watching. But I wouldn’t rush to the movie theaters to watch it myself. It’s a good movie for spending time with friends or curled up with a loved one.
What are your thoughts on the movie 2 Hearts?
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