Tell Me I Love You
Release Date: June 2, 2020
Run Time: 1 hour & 18 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“Ally (Paulina Cerrilla), Ben (Sam Clark), and Melanie (Kaniehtiio Horn) are best friends, music graduates and bandmates living together in Malibu. With fame at their fingertips and a desperate need for cash to finish their album, the trio devise an outrageous plan to get married and inherit a large sum of money, all the while attempting to keep it a secret from their nosey extended family. To complicate things even more, an old flame is sparked and a new lover enters the scene, sending the trio on a journey of self discovery bound together by friendship.”
Tell “Meh” I Love You
I kid, I kid… kind of. Rom-coms will always have a sweet spot in my heart. This one in particular was corny, but enjoyable. Nothing spectacular or overly original. Just a fun, heartwarming, Hallmark-y movie. Perfect for a Netflix and chill kind of night.
Not going to lie, I kind of loved the soundtrack too.
If I came across it on TV one day, I’d probably leave it on.
Tell Me I Love You is currently available on VOD and DVD.