'The Broken Hearts Gallery' is in theaters on September 11th, 2020.
The Broken Hearts Gallery had the potential to be so much more than every Rom-Com already out
there, but unfortunately did not succeed in distinguishing itself from the rest. If you took every single
romance storyline that has been done a thousand times over and added it with neon lights, this is what
you would get.
I was initially intrigued because I thought it sounded like a wonderful idea to tell the stories of broken hearted individuals and the things they chose to keep from their relationships because of what it meant to them. There was so much room to tell the different types of stories found throughout everyone’s lives, but was instead replaced with an eye roll of a plot. Whether it be from a break-up, a childhood friend that drifted apart, or even a parent no longer here, the potential was essentially wasted on only telling one overused storyline.
If you enjoy watching the same movie with just a different name, then I assume you will love this movie. This is not a movie I would waste any amount of money on to see on the big screen nor would I waste my time watching it at home (again). I sincerely tried to give this movie a fair chance at changing my mind, but after thinking it over for a few hours, it just didn’t. *shrug*
Rating: 2 out of 5
Jazzlynn Myre (Contributor) is from Dallas. She's an avid gamer and watcher of anime. She usually spends her time either taking pictures of her cats, rewatching every horror movie in existence, or reading about crazy people doing crazy things.
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