We’re not asking for much, we’re rom-com fans. Especially in this day and age when romance is dead on the big screen. I miss wonderful encounters, incredibly charming jokes, wonderful love stories that defy all odds… For us, these touching stories of love and laughter are often heartfelt, at best. A lesson in human nature and gentle life in a glossy package, especially for those of us who are always looking for something relatable in a demanding environment. I’m always looking for ways for reels to give meaning to reality. Stepping into Ticket to Paradise, co-star of Julia Roberts and George Clooney, he fills a hole in our lives in the form of a romantic comedy and tells the story of a movie star falling in love. Aiming to get back on the screen.
David (George Clooney) and Georgia (Julia Roberts) were college sweethearts. Fell hopelessly in love, they married young and had a daughter. Five years later, real life caught up with her fairy tale, disrespect destroyed their bond, and the two went through a nasty divorce. Twenty years later, his daughter Lily (Katilyn Dever), fresh out of law school, makes the same mistake. Before beginning her new life as a lawyer, which should have been her regular vacations to Bali, Lily fell in love with Gede (appropriately charming Maxime Boutier) from Bali. increase.
Just one month later, Lily told her parents that she was getting married. Fighting ex-boyfriends David and Georgia make a temporary truce and head to island paradise to dedicate the journey to Lily and Gede’s farewell and prevent her daughter from making the same mistake. And of course, when the two plan to reason with her daughter, old feelings between them are rekindled. Also, I’m sorry, but there just isn’t that much charming people, cute love, and manipulative movie magic that could convince me that this wedding, which is central to the plot of this movie, was a good idea. It is clinically insane for Lily to marry someone she just met after only seeing her for 37 days. you are in love big. So fall in love stay together I don’t know why she feels she has to make big decisions in her life based on that, young people. Instead, it’s a movie that works better as a story about people doing really crazy things as they travel to amazing islands. is a comfortable and mellow watch. All in all, is there anything particularly memorable? Probably not. But is it the sweet, gentle balm that puts a smile on a tough day? that’s right.