Smooch (2011)

  • Year: 2011
  • Released: 05 Feb 2011
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: 1 nomination
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: TV-G
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Runtime: 102 min
  • Writer: Howard Burkons, Terry Spencer Hesser
  • Director: Ron Oliver
  • Cast: Kellie Martin, Simon Kassianides, Nick Ullett
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false% – Audience

Smooch Storyline

Spoiled, bore English true aristocratic prince Percy/Flynn grudgingly comes to San Francisco to perform his vital duty: preparing to wed a ducal family’s suitable daughter with crucial dowry. Seeking solace in nocturnal pub life after the drudgery of formalities, he ends up mugged and dumped in a pond near the Golden gate bridge, causing amnesia. He gets found and taken home by dreamy fatherless brat school girl Zoe Cole, who believes him to be the fairy tale prince created by her kissing ‘to human life’ the frog she saved from dissection and smuggled out of school. She drags Percy into her favorite children books series as the clumsy knightly her Flynn, and gets him engaged by her careerist mother Gwen as ideal gentleman-‘babysitter’-housekeeper. This taste of commoner life helps Percy put things in perspective before his trusty butler Wilkins, who observed approvingly, even amused, takes him back to aristocratic reality.—KGF Vissers

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Smooch Movie Reviews

A competent romantic comedy spoilt by miscasting of female lead

I enjoyed this more than I expected given what Hollywood sometimes manages to do to English “aristocrats” in “comedies”. Here we have a Marquis (Kassianides) suffering from amnesia and a young girl (beautifully played by Kiernan Shipka) who doesn’t like killing frogs, is willing to believe they can turn into princes, and wants her widowed mom (Martin) to find happiness. It’s a charmingly told story with witty character development and always on the light side. But….

Kellie Martin can act, and there are certain scenes in the film she handled okay, but she didn’t convince me at all that there could ever be any chemistry between her and a man other than her dead husband, not ever. It irritated me to bits from the start it really did, and then I thought maybe it was part of the plot. Unfortunately it wasn’t because her confinement didn’t relax for a second even in the best scenes of the whole darned film. And in the meantime daughter Zoe is acting her socks off.

Nick Ullett was very good as Wilkins, and young Rod Myers does well as Sam. In fact the cast do really well altogether. It’s just the miserable Gwen who lets it down ever so irritatingly for me….. but still, six out of ten because chemistry is a purely personal thing!

Cutesy movie to watch once

This was fairly cute and endearing, though it’s not something I’d watch again. It wasn’t good enough for multiple rewatches or to be a favorite.

Pucker Up

This is a cute little TV movie in the “Miracle on 34th Street” vein. Besides some rather amusing acting — particularly Simon Kassianides as a Marquis or perhaps Prince who prefers to get drunk and fall into an amnesiac fugue rather than marry his horror of a social-climbing fiancée, and Kiernan Shipka as a straightforward young girl who would rather believe in magic than live a rather empty life, there is plenty of subtext in this movie about hope, expectations and San Francisco — although that highly cinematic town is not shown to any advantage. Surely a few more original pickup shots could have been arranged.

The romantic interest is provided by Kellie Martin, who is directed in the manner typical of a Hallmark TV romcom: brittle, fast-talking and ready to fall. There won’t be much in the way of surprises in this work, but a light, almost negligent handling of the issues by director Ron Oliver keeps things moving along at a decent clip