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When Tom learns that he has terminal brain cancer, he decides to find a replacement husband for his wife and a father to his daughter, before it is too late. Unbeknownst to his wife Valentine, Tom sets up an on-line dating profile for her, and realizes that he doesn't know much about her anymore. Tom endeavors to get to know Valentine, and learns why he fell in love with her all those years ago... just in time to say goodbye.


Quality: HD []

Release: Feb 06, 2015

IMDb: 7.3

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Meet My Valentine full movie review - I was surprised...

To be completely honest, when I scrolled past this move on Netflix, I thought it would be some cheaply made, easy movie that someone could make a lame excuse to watch on Valentines Day.

To be frank: I was dead wrong. Tom is a middle aged artist with a fading marriage and a life sentence of 9 months to a year. Val,his wife, is a chef with her own blossoming career ahead of her. With their marriage placed on the back burner, Tom and Val are falling out of like and their lives are leading on without much of a fight. When Tom gets the news that he has a brain tumor, he decides on his own to find his replacement via with the help of his goofy (friend?/brother?) Mac. When the box labeled "Interests" are left open for Tom to fill, he sets out to find out more about his wife and in the process of this, falls in love again. I really enjoyed just watching the relationship kind of "re-bud" after a clearly long dry period. The actors and actresses were engaging to watch and the movie in and of itself did grow. Audiences were not stuck watching someone continually mourn the sickness. I was genuinely impressed and authentically surprised. The movie had it's moments, yet in the long run it was really quite good.

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