Timeless Love (2019)

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Timeless Love: Directed by Brian Brough. With Rachel Skarsten, Brant Daugherty, Jill Adler, Terence Goodman. Megan wakes up from a coma in a hospital. The husband and 2 kids she just dreamed about aren’t real. At her first job interview, she meets Thomas from her dream – or was it a vision years into the future?

“This charming romance story is based on a mystical or fantasy premise. A woman in a coma dreams about being married to a man she later meets who turns out to exactly fit the man in the dream. It is a bit of a different premise which is refreshing. It also has a flavor of a few movies about people whose real life marriage is interrupted while they wake up in a world where they never married that person but get a chance to see how both lives turned out otherwise. (A slightly different take on it is the 2000 movie Family Man where the man wakes up and is suddenly married with family to the woman he long ago left behind. An even different take on a similar theme is Sliding Doors which follows two parallel universe versions of a womanu0026#39;s life based on one version where she missed making a connection and one where she didnu0026#39;t miss it.) If you didnu0026#39;t guess, I like this kind of stuff.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe two leads have obvious chemistry and those actors do a fine job. We get to see the relationship develop in a realistic way. The two main characters are totally likeable and if anything they are both a little too perfect.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI agree with another reviewer in that I was totally annoyed by her parents, but fortunately those scenes are relatively small. There is also a rival girlfriend which I thought was done just about right.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYes itu0026#39;s predictable, but that doesnu0026#39;t make the ending any less heartwarming.”


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