If you’re anything like me, when you set out to find a new movie to enjoy, sometimes you look for something that’s not box-office popular.
This indie film I discovered thanks to the website I reviewed it for (Silver Petticoat). As a result, I kept checking for its eventual release to DVD (since indie films don’t often play in my usual theater). When it finally arrived, I picked up a copy thanks to Amazon, and settled in one Saturday night to discover, what I hoped would be a charming romance.
Though different than my anticipatory impressions, We Love You, Sally Carmichael is still cute, and most definitely worth a look if you too are looking for something new. It’s quirky, entertaining AND features Chris Gorham, from the USA Network show, Covert Affairs. Movie trivia fact: Chris also pulls directing duties on this one.
You can find my full review of We Love You, Sally Carmichael on Silver Petticoat or rent/purchase it via the provided links below.
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Some movies are produced purely for the sake of entertainment, and if you’re anything like me, this is why you love them. We Love You, Sally Carmichael is one such movie.
In the early moments of the story, we meet Simon (Christopher Gorham). Simon is just your average guy. An author with a camera phobia, he’s a guy whose book, sadly, tanked on the best-seller (and non-bestseller) lists. Sally Carmichael, on the other hand, is a worldwide sensation thanks to her trilogy of YA novels about a merman and his lady love. The complicated part? Simon is Sally and Sally is Simon. Continue to read review in full on Silver Petticoat →
We Love You, Sally Carmichael is rated PG, but contains nothing inappropriate for a PG-rating.