May 202015
 

Love Sick might’ve made for a fine episode of some slapstick comedy, produced by Chuck Lorre no doubt, or a made-for-TV movie to air on Lifetime or the Hallmark Channel, but as it is, there’s nothing really special going on. LeBlanc and Larter share some charming scenes but put together, the comedy just doesn’t work.

 

 

Love Sick
(2015)

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance
Anchor Bay | NR – 85 min. – $22.98 | May 19, 2015

MOVIE INFO:
Directed by:
Luke Matheny
Writer(s): Dean Young (written by)
Cast: Matt LeBlanc, Ali Larter, Adam Rodriguez, Kristen Johnston, Chevy Chase

DISC INFO:
Features:
None
Digital Copy: No
Number of Discs: 1

Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: 1080p/Widescreen 2.40
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish
Region(s): 1


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THE MOVIE

Charlie Darby (MATT LEBLANC) is a man who has everything going for him: a great job as an elementary school principal, supportive friends and a wonderful life. The one thing that Charlie doesn’t have is love because every time he starts to fall for a girl, his brain chemistry changes and he goes clinically insane. When he meets Molly Kingston (ALI LARTER), a former dancer who just might be his perfect match, Charlie is confronted with the consequences of his condition. With the help of his friend Jason (ADAM RODRIGUEZ) and the often misguided advice from his wacky neighbor Lester (CHEVY CHASE), Charlie must find a way to overcome his psychosis to claim his chance at true love.

SPECIAL FEATURES – 0/5

No features were included.

VIDEO – 4.0/5 | AUDIO – 3.75/5

Love Sick is presented with an anamorphic widescreen transfer (2.40 aspect ratio) and like any rom-com, showcases bright, cheerful colors. The disc also includes an adequate Dolby Digital 5.1 track where dialogue, the score/soundtrack and ambient noise makes fine use of each channel.

OVERALL – 2.0/5

Overall, Love Sick might’ve made for a fine episode of some slapstick comedy, produced by Chuck Lorre no doubt, or a made-for-TV movie to air on Lifetime or the Hallmark Channel, but as it is, there’s nothing really special going on. LeBlanc and Larter share some charming scenes but put together, the comedy just doesn’t work.

 

Published: 05/20/2015

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