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Love on the Air (2015)

Love on the Air (2015)

Alison SweeneyJonathan ScarfeCrystal BalintDavid Lewis
Kristoffer Tabori


Love on the Air (2015) is a English movie. Kristoffer Tabori has directed this movie. Alison Sweeney,Jonathan Scarfe,Crystal Balint,David Lewis are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Love on the Air (2015) is considered one of the best Comedy,Romance movie in India and around the world.

"Man cave" guy and "women's studies" feminist fight like cats and dogs on the air at WCV-Chicago during morning drive time. Their show is a hit because people love to hear them argue.

Love on the Air (2015) Reviews

  • Just great!


    Wow, and I thought I had watched some pretty good Hallmark movies before! This one is more than good. It's just awesome. By far the best Hallmark movie I've seen so far. It's witty, fun, hot, romantic without being mushy, there's an amazing chemistry between the two leads, it made me laugh and cry, and I just didn't want it to end. It was everything a good romantic comedy should be, there's nothing I would change about it. You feel like they made a real effort with that one. There were also some really good lines and it didn't sound forced or rehashed. It's one of those movies that makes you want to enjoy the ride, and not rush to the ending. It felt so much unlike any other Hallmark movie. This one will be hard to top, but please Hallmark, give us more of those!

  • Above par for Hallmark


    I give this an 8 out of 10, on my "hallmark movie scale". That is, sure, it's no Gone With the Wind. But relative to other HMM movies, this was really enjoyable. Even my husband, who is usually beside me napping/browsing the web, piped up that it was a whole lot better than my usual Sunday afternoon light fare..... Anyhow, Alison Sweeney has got a real HMM thing going on, and is usually pretty charming and likable -as she is in this one. The lead guy is equally likable, and unlike most HMM movies, does not come across as gay (which, as an aside, is a major problem with this channel's movies - it's hard to get into the chemistry of a budding romance when the lead males are all so painfully, painfully gay. I don't know why HMM does this -- maybe they've tested their audiences and found out that they are drawn to this? But i digress....). The characters here have real chemistry, and great that, unlike so many HMM movies the lead woman actually has a real, successful career - and not just as a ubiquitous "event planner" or "marketing woman" or "wedding coordinator". And nice that she didn't quit said job at the end of the movie, as so many of these leads are inclined to do. Anyhow, just a cute fun movie, well acted, well-written, and pretty much lacking the painful awkward script moments that these movies usually have.

  • He Said, She Said


    If you're looking for a standard Hallmark Romcom with a bit extra to it, this is the movie for you. She's a career-driven radio adviser to women, always advising her audience to "be an island" (especially after her fiancé dumps her); he's also in the business, but his métier is single men who want to stay that way. With a set-up like that, of course they wind up as a wrangling advice couple on the same radio show. Also, inevitably they will fall in love, but they won't figure that out until the end of the movie. In the meantime, they wrangle, and Alison Sweeney and Jonathan Scarfe are very good at that, speaking in short, clipped, snarky put-downs. Normally I would credit the writer, the actors or the director, but I'd really like to know who the editor of this one is. The cutting, although simple, helps the pace immensely, which is what editing is supposed to do. There is nothing that is extraordinary in this one, but here's what happens when everyone does a good job: a superior result.

  • Love on the Air


    I enjoyed "Love on the Air." The guy, Nick (Jonathan Scarfe) reminded me of Rod Taylor who was my favorite male lead who co-starred with Doris Day in 'The Glass Bottom Boat.' The lady, Sonia (Alison Sweeney) I can't say she reminded me of Doris Day because no one is that perky, but she was just as likable as her co-star. I preferred the middle of the movie where they were becoming aware of each other and feeling attraction that we could see. All the plot points must be followed so they had to pretend to feint that she was going with the 'old hat,' but then, of course, she didn't. She went with the one we all wanted her to go with so no hissy fits all around. I wish the feint had come a little sooner so we could have seen them happy together for more than thirty seconds at the end. I just jumped back to the middle of the movie and watched them falling for each other again to make up for the lack of time together at the end.

  • my opinion on Love on the Air


    In my opinion, Love on the Air is the best Hallmark movie ever. In fact it's my favorite movie ever. Alison Sweeney and Jonathan Scarfe have a lot of chemistry. And their comedic timing is perfect. The writing is terrific too. I've seen Love on the Air approximately 128 times which is the most I've ever seen a movie. As a matter of fact I'm watching it as I write this review. I will be surprised if their is another movie as good as this one.anyine who hasn't seen TV is movie ought to. It's a great date movie. You can sit on the couch, have some popcorn and enjoy a very romantic comedy about opposites attract. Give this movie a chance and you won't be disappointed


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