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I loved it almost made me cry I had to tough it out because I wasn’t alone.
Bad acting and super cheesy lines
It’s still saccharine, overwrought, blandly acted, painfully earnest, and uber-dramatic, and constantly staring longingly at the night sky and bodies of water for some reason, but… teen romance is all of those things. It fits. Maybe the Sparks formula isn’t so bad as long as Sparks himself isn’t involved.
Midnight Sun does an effective job of tugging at vulnerable teenage hearts, while managing to provide a few laughs along the way. None of the film rings remotely true, especially the cornball conclusion, but the two young leads are so darn attractive and appealing that one can't help being caught up in their characters' poignant romance.
Mawkish, bland and banal, this dreary love story — and it’s no “Love Story” — seems to think it can throw together dying girl and handsome prince, and that’s all there is to it.
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Movie Info & Cast
- Bella Thorne
- Patrick Schwarzenegger
- Rob Riggle
- Quinn Shephard
- Ken Tremblett
- Jenn Griffin
- Nicholas Coombe
- Tiera Skovbye
- Paul McGillion
- Austin Obiajunwa
Did You Know?
- Filmed in Vancouver.
- When Katie and Charlie are on the train and toasting the Chinese food boxes, they are open. Then the camera-shot turns to the outside of the train and the boxes are closed. Also at the first shot Katie hold the food box with her left hand, at the outside of the train shot she holds it in her right hand.
- Jack: I'm not comfortable with him not knowing.