Coyote County Loser
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Dr. Lauren Hartford (Nikki Boyer), local on-air relationship expert, gets under Jack's skin by questioning his love advice and prompts him to initiate a high-stakes contest to find Coyote County's biggest loser and help him woo the county's most unattainable woman.
Before this battle of the sexes is over, Jack and Lauren learn that love is for losers after all.
This Dove-approved film is a romantic comedy about the true nature of love and offers something for the entire family.
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I had the pleasure of seeing "Coyote County Loser" at a local screening and I was really won over with it's sweet, simple premise and relatable story. Of course the the protagonists have conflict, and sure they (SPOILER ALERT?) eventually fall in love, but the journey the two cover to get from A to B is sweet, endearing, and best of all, relatable. Those of us that have been in love know that the very one we love the most is often also the one that can drive us the most crazy, and who doesn't relate to that? And for the singles in the group, who among us hasn't felt like a "loser" in love at least one time in our lives?
Besides the sweet, relatable story, the small-town, southwestern desert setting really allows for some cute, quirky supporting characters to round out the film. Plus the film's leads - Beau Clark, Nikki Boyer, and Frederic Doss, all do a great job in creating wonderful, believable characters. All in all, I recommend this film for any romantic comedy lovers. And, bonus if you have teenagers - this film can form a great foundation of conversation for what a real, authentic relationship can look like. Hopefully it will provide a good counterpoint to some of the more unrealistic portrayals of romantic love we see in Hollywood.....
This was a Netflix gamble for me that gave some above board interest because of the "romantic" tension between the two leads. The film plays like a big safe worded high school play that gets it right. The male and female stars have no name recognition to me but deserve some praise for there exposition of quickwittedness that keeps a steady hum "gotcha" throughout.
Finally a film that shows a professional woman that doesn't have all the emotional answers to love. And smartly, the film shows how all men are not super tool users and mechanics as well. The two butt heads with the female radio host becoming unarmed by this guys bravado yet still desiring to hold onto her core belief system.
A few more twists and turns prevent the traditional road to an ending. A subplot with two misfit radio staff young adults goes nowhere and drudges up the films hokey origins while displaying some real bad acting. One reveiwer mentioned a "Hallmark" film. I see that clear as day in this better than average quickie.
Ultimately though the film could stir up an argument or two if watched with your significant other which means it effectively projects humanity. The low end style of film making does detract. Some indoor shots look like the road crew was used for regular speaking lines.Read more ›
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A breath of fresh air, as a christian its hard to find movies to watch and this was a sweet treat.Published 8 months ago by Savannah White
predictable but worth the watch if you're nearing the bottom of your list.Published 8 months ago by The guy who didn't leave his name
This was a delightful clean movie. It was charming and so cute. My husband was a disc jockey so it brought back some fond memories to me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by L. Creveling