Netflix's 'Love, Guaranteed' is just a shell of a rom-com which will prompt you to like to sue
Rachel Leigh Cook advertising Damon Wayans, Jr. in Netflix's borderline that is unwatchable Love assured."
Love is discomfort. Perhaps not all of the right time, if the connection with viewing Netflix's Love, Guaranteed is any indicator, itвЂ™s likely that the challenge is not worth every penny and also you're best off quitting as opposed to exposing you to ultimately more discomfort. Love, Guaranteed stars Damon Wayans, Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook as a guy out to sue a dating site and the attorney he unconvincingly but inevitably falls in deep love with.
Cook plays Susan, a appealing career girl whom wants to take in a solitary cup of wine while staring out of the screen because she actually is lonely (it is driven house because of the undeniable fact that her sis lives next home having a spouse and son or daughter). Her legislation training is floundering, maybe maybe maybe not as a result of Susan's considerable litigation abilities, but most likely because her two employees do no work and legitimately behave like tertiary figures in a rom-com, that is only a little on-the-nose.
Susan's latest customer is Nick, a perpetual bachelor who would like to sue the dating site Love, fully guaranteed. NickвЂ™s been on 986 times (вЂњwith real peoples womenвЂќ), as soon as he hits one thousand without any success, the siteвЂ™s fine printing kicks into effect and guarantees some type of payment.