Opinions and Conspiracies behind “Love, guaranteed”

Rory Cloward, Entertainment

In the movie “Love, Guaranteed” by Mark Steen, a man named Nick sues a dating app called Love Guaranteed . After going on 1,000 dates and still not finding love, he calls Susan, a local lawyer. Then, a series of events occur with love, dates, and fighting against the dating app. This article is being written to show how love, guaranteed is completely unrealistic. This movie shows examples of relationships that only occur in movies. It teaches children, even adults that love is some magical thing that happens when you least expect it. Don’t get me wrong, love is a good thing, but movies do in fact make it seem like love is only going to occur while you’re riding in a boat while looking at the floating lights with flynn rider.

In the website, The Telegraph, they say, “ Unlikely happy endings, improbable plots and faux philosophy are to blame, they say. Researchers believe that the influence of Hollywood films is instilling a warped sense of the “perfect” relationship within society and providing unrealistic expectations about romance”. So, they say that making the happy endings make people feel better about sad romance these days. 

I pulled aside Violet Wills, who has seen said movie, to ask her a few questions. 

Violets exact words are,” i like the start of the movie, but I wish it was more realistic and less like a disney movie.” personally i agree with Violet. I asked Violet what she would differently form the company who produced Love, Guaranteed. She yelled “ They should have stuck with the theme that love isn’t always rainbows and unicorns, that it can be hard and take years to find, but of course they made it just like every other love story. You find love unexpectedly and everthings perfect after that blah, blah, blah, it’s the same crap in every dumb romance movie. I just want there to be a story that goes against the mainstream notion of a perfect love story that everyone wants”. 

I spotted Emmy Johnson down the street the other day and i hunted her down and asked her a few questions. “I thought that the movie was spectacular, since a young age nick evans was alone, when his parents died in a firey plane crash, he was a soul survivor,  he believed that love was artificial. So when he goes on his 1000 + dates, and he sues the company. They send a secret spy agent to be his lawyer, and since they already have access to his phone. Susan the “lawyer”, who is really unlicensed, popped up on his phone and he decided to have her as his lawyer. He only choice her as his lawyer because they inserted a microchip into his brain, without him noticing. So, it was easy to him to fall in love with sUSan. Then, after the court scene I assume they get married, and she stops him from suing the company, and then takes half of his money. Knowing he was extremely rich, it was a win win for the company and her.

Brianna knocked into me at he store, “i think love is gross, i think i want to throw up, ans i might have to call the manager. But, mcdonalds we thought the roof. It made me want to buy the tRvais Scott burger at mickey d’s.” I thanked bruanna for her heist thought of the movie. I 100% agree with brianna.

To top it off, movies these days make love look easy peasy lemon squeezy. The companies who produce these movie should make it more realistic.