WHO’S IN IT?
Rachael Leigh Cook (She’s All That), Damon Wayans Jr. (Let’s Be Cops), Heather Graham (Boogie Nights), Jed Rees (Deadpool), Lisa Durupt (Preggoland), Brendan Taylor (Mermaid’s Song), Quynh Mi (Out of State), Kallie Hu (film debut), Sebastian Billingsley-Rodriguez (film debut), Milo Shandel (Okja), Caitlin Howden (The Buddy Games), Sean Amsing (Always Be My Maybe), Claire Hesselgrave (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Mark Steven Johnson (When in Rome), director; Hilary Galanoy (Falling Inn Love) and Elizabeth Hackett (Falling Inn Love), writers; Rachael Leigh Cook (Kingdom Come), Margret Huddleston (Dangerous Lies), Stephanie Slack (Christmas a la Mode) and Dan Spilo (Back Roads), producers; Ryan Shore (Marriage Material), composer; José David Montero (Apollo 18), cinematographer; Kathryn Himoff (Joyful Noise), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Susan (Cook) is a hard-working lawyer whose small firm is in danger of going out of business. In order to save it, she takes on a high-paying case from charming client Nick (Wayans Jr.), who intends to sue a dating website which guarantees that its users will find love. As they work together to build Nick’s case, their growing feelings for each other threatens to jeopardise everything…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Rachael Leigh Cook produces and stars in a new romantic-comedy with slightly higher production values and a starrier cast than you’d normally see in a Lifetime-esque movie of this nature.