We will not stop gushing over Love At First Sight movie, because it was just that good. We cried for like 90 minutes straight and then cried for quite awhile after. It’s one of those things that when you loved a book so much, you want nothing but the best for it, and then when the best comes… you are just so happy.
We sat down and wrote about it in our review, but like we said there, “Love At First Sight is a reminder that not all adaptations suck. It’s a reminder that the heart of a book can remain and what we can walk away with is the beauty of what we loved in the first place – the connection.”
With Love At First Sight, on the surface, the premise is simple, “Hadley (Richardson) meets a cute British boy with an unforgettable accent, named Oliver (Hardy) on a flight from New York City to London. With some help from fate, over the course of the six hour flight, Hadley and Oliver fall in love.”
But it’s so much more than that. Like author Jennifer E. Smith says in the interview below, “it’s about connection,” and if we’re being honest, who among us couldn’t use more of that.
Love At First Sight is streaming now on Netflix.