Love Type D



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71% · 14 reviews
IMDb Rating 5.2/10 10 404 404

Plot summary

May 04, 2023 at 06:44 AM


Sasha Collington

Top cast

Victoria Emslie as Susannah
Maeve Dermody as Frankie
Tovah Feldshuh as Dr. Elsa Blomgren
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876.65 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
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1.76 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sarah-522 9 / 10

A Quirky Anti-Romantic Comedy.

I am not usually the audience for Rom Coms but this one was a little different, the writing and directing had an Indie feel, which I love, and the production values were really satisfying, fantastic score/music choices, and charming cast. And fun to see London!

Reviewed by trinaboice 9 / 10

Cute British rom-com

IN A NUTSHELL: Thanks to Vertical Entertainment, I was able to watch a press screener of this cute British romantic comedy that takes a look at relationships. It asks "How can someone love you yesterday and not today?" Shortly after her boyfriend sends his 12-year-old brother to break the news that she's dumped, Frankie Browne discovers that she has a loser-in-love gene. The gene guarantees that every man she goes out with will inevitably break up with her. Facing a lifetime of romantic failure, Frankie turns to the only genetics expert she knows: her former nemesis, Wilbur, a schoolboy science prodigy. Wilbur develops a maverick theory to reverse her romantic fortunes that sets into motion an unexpected and comic journey into Frankie's past of questionable romantic choices. LOVE TYPE D stars Maeve Dermody, Rory Stroud, Oliver Farnworth, and Tovah Feldshuh. It was written and directed by first-time filmmaker Sasha Collington.

THINGS I LIKED: I had never seen Maeve Dermody in anything before and could see a little bit of Emily Blunt in her. I thought she did a great job in her role, even though she is depressed and mopey for most of the movie.

I didn't recognize any of the British actors. The only person I knew in the entire movie was the American actress Tovah Feldshuh. Rory Stroud, the young actor who plays Wilber is a true stand-out!

I thought it was sweet that a couple with Down Syndrome was included in the montage of other couples in the introduction of the film.

There are some really funny moments, as well as subtle ones. The British sense of humor is somewhat different from the American humor, but I found plenty of things to laugh at. I could see an American remake of this rom-com being made with bigger movie stars.

Fun fact: They say it only takes 3.8 seconds for people to fall in love.

There's a light and bouncy soundtrack.

It's a clever premise that there would be a genetic code for personality and love types that could be tested for.

You get to see a few nice views of London.

THINGS I DIDN'T LIKE: At the 45-minute mark, the movie takes a very different twist and the tone changes.

The ending was cute but I would have liked a teaser about another romantic relationship to conquer.

It doesn't make any logical sense that a person with the "Dumped" gene could inherit the gene because that gene suggests the ancestor wasn't able to find love and have children!

TIPS FOR PARENTS: Some British words like "wenker".

Lesbians are portrayed.

Talk of premarital relations

You can see my full review on my Movie Review Mom YouTube channel!

Reviewed by albert-72248 10 / 10

Excellent comedy

Hilarious comedy family film ! The scenario and acting are amazing. I really can recommend it to everyone to watch and enjoy.

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