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Love Wrecked

3.8 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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Jenny (Bynes) is stranded with her pop star idol (Carmack) on a romantic Caribbean beach. When Jenny discovers it

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Teenagers fervently worshiping pop music stars is relatively commonplace across America, but Jenny's (Amanda Bynes) obsession with pop star Jason Masters (Chris Carmack) gets out of control when the two find themselves washed ashore on a deserted beach following a stormy accident at sea. Jenny quickly discovers that what she and Jason think is a deserted island is really a quiet beach not far away from the fancy beach resort where they've both been staying. Cherishing some quality time alone with her idol, Jenny begins an elaborate charade to keep Jason believing that they're stranded on a desert island and poses as an accomplished outdoorswoman and provider in hopes that he'll fall madly in love with her. Longtime friend Ryan (Jonathan Bennett) discovers the ruse and reluctantly agrees to help Jenny, but when rival Alexis (Jamie-Lynn DiScala) follows Ryan and discovers Jenny's secret, she's determined to get equal time with Jason and steal him away from Jenny. A light romantic comedy, Love Wrecked is amusing, if fairly forgettable. Rated PG for sensuality, crude humor, and language. --Tami Horiuchi

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  • Deleted scenes
  • Trailer

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  • Actors: Amanda Bynes, Chris Carmack, Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Susan Duerden
  • Directors: Randal Kleiser
  • Writers: Stephen Langford
  • Producers: Lance Bass, Dan Katzman, Derek Elliott, Joe Anderson, Kelli Konop
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Weinstein Company
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MEYJHE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,610 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Love Wrecked" on IMDb

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By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 14, 2007
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Jenny Taylor (Amanda Bynes) is a high school senior obsessed with Jason Masters (Chris Carmack). She is convinced that if they could just spend some time together, Jason would realize they are soul mates and the two of them would fall in love. The catch? Jason is an internationally famous pop star, so there's no way that a nobody like Jenny would ever get to met him.

Looking to earn money for college, Jenny gets a summer job at a Caribbean resort with her best friend Ryan (Jonathan Bennett). Unfortunately, her nemesis Alexis (Jamie-Lynn DiScala) also shows up.

The trio hasn't been there long before Jason shows up for a couple days off in the middle of his current tour. Naturally, Jenny is ecstatic and does anything she can to catch his eye, including slip aboard the night cruise that Jason is taking. When Jason accidentally falls overboard, Jenny dives in and saves him. The two wind up stranded on an island. Jenny immediately realizes this is her chance, and she intends to make the most of it, going to any lengths necessary to win her man.

Okay, I'll fess up. I enjoy Amanda Bynes. So I decided to give this made for TV movie a try. Amanda is great in it. The part of Jenny was written for her. The rest of the cast is fine, but Amanda is the standout.

Unfortunately, the plot needed some work. There were some twists in the final third that really came out of nowhere and made little to no sense.

On the whole, this is a light and fluffy way to waste a couple hours. I recommend viewing it before you buy since it's probably not something you'll want to watch more then once.
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This is a movie to see for a good time.

Watch it with the gang for everyone to have fun.

Its great entertainment watching the leagths Amanda Bynes goes to to keep him from finding out their only 2 miles from the hotel.

The extras are lacking on this dvd.

I think standard extras on all dvd releases should be min blooper reel and deleted scenes.

This movie was orignal set to be released in theaters in 2005 with a

pg-13 rating.

The distribution to theaters fell apart for some reason.

Then in 2007 it was recut to pg and released as a tv movie.

(USA abcfamily) It also aired on tv in Germany still pg ver

(German 14).

The pg 13 ver has never been released and is not avalable anywhere at the moment.

Ten minutes of scenes were cut for the pg 13 ver.
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Lovewrecked is a cute, tween-aimed(I think!?) romantic comedy starring the adorable quips of Amanda Bynes as Jenny Taylor, a high school girl who finds her favorite rock star, Jason Masters(Chris Carmack) is staying at the hotel she is employed at for the summer!(Dream Come TRUE!)

After saving him from drowning and pulling him to safety, Jenny finds a way to convince Jason that they are trapped on an island, all alone.(hoping that their relationship will progresses) One problem, he doesn't know they are just on the other end of the island, with only a small forest inbetween them and his freedom! Will Jenny's beautiful best friend Ryan(Jonathan Bennet) help hide her secret, even though he's been in love with her since he can remember?(Of course he will, they always do...)

It isn't the deepest, or most inventive plot line, but Amanda Bynes carries the average film nearly single-handedly, that is enjoyable even after multiple viewings.

The soundtrack in addition, it not too shabby, expecially Ben Jelen's beautiful 'Come On'.
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Trivial.
Yes, at times it was funny and fun. But. At other times it was heavy handed, nasty, and worthy of a cringe or two in disbelief. To suggest the plot was a little more than farfetched is putting it kindly. It was an idiot idea that could have done with a little more consideration. (It doesn't say much about a film that it was edited 3 times and released (and rereleased) after each edit...a year between each showing! And still it couldn't rise above the silly premise. This was no hit.)
Amanda Bynes is too strong a talent to waste her efforts on slipshod efforts like this.

Sadly, not a keeper. (But I am glad that I at least watched it once.)
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My daughter and I like Amanda Bynes. This movie was not her best work and the scene transitions make it feel a bit cheesy. It is still a fun movie. My favorite Amanda Bynes movie is "Sydney White" and my daughter's favorite is "She's the Man".
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This was just okay at best, and I wouldn't recommend spending over $5 for it.

I like some of Amanda Bynes' movies well enough (acknowledging that none of them are what I'd consider to be awesome), but this one had a somewhat odd resolution concerning the characters Jason Masters and Alexis Manetti. Alexis, clearly made out to be the primary antagonist of the story, gets exactly what she wants, whereas Jason seems to get comeuppance for simply being, well, simple. Doesn't seem a sufficient reason to vilify him toward the end.
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I thought this was OK for a single viewing. It was not as good as the actors in it would indicate. The story is pretty far fetched. The dialog is ok but not really good. Somewhat over acted. Nice scenery. No bad language. Girl chasing boy and getting into a lot of problems.
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