Endless Love (2014)

Theatrical Release: February 14, 2014
Endless Love (2014)
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Synopsis

Endless Love stars Alex Pettyfer (Magic Mike) and Gabriella Wilde (The Three Musketeers) in the story of a privileged girl and a charismatic boy whose instant desire sparks a love affair made only more reckless by parents trying to keep them apart.

Dove Review

Typical teen angst is what you will find in this modern day Romeo & Juliet tale. This time around she comes from a wealthy family and he from a working class one. At first her father is surprised by the relationship but later this turns to anger when he believes that she is going to throw her promising future as a doctor away for his mechanic lifestyle. In the end, the family comes together in one sense but breaks apart in another with the thought that the separation is necessary to repair old wounds. It’s unfortunate that today’s families don’t work together to solve problems but seem happier taking care of their own needs. Due to underage drinking and sexuality that seems to be acceptable by all, we cannot consider this a family film.

Content Description

Sex: Teenage boy/girl kiss passionately many times; Sexual relations between 18 year old boy and 17 year old girl multiple times, one on-screen; Man/woman seen in extramarital relationship kissing;
Language: S-6; D-2; OG/OMG-5; P*ssing-1; A** Hole-2; JC-1; F-1; Lord-1
Violence: Boy punches man in mouth with some blood; Man attempts to take a baseball bat to teenage boy but stops before hitting him; fire;
Drugs: Teens seen frequently with "Red Solo Cups" frequently at parties; adults drink regularly but not to apparent drunkenness; Teens talk about getting high;
Nudity: 17 year old girl in shear lingerie; Shirtless boy; Girls in bikinis a few times; girl acts seductively towards a boy and shows her panty stings; Teen boy and girl bathe together
Other: Teens break into a zoo; story line of a boy who died young from cancer

Info

Company: Universal Pictures
Writer: Shana Feste & Joshua Safran
Director: Shana Feste
Producer: Pamela Abdy
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 103 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe