Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2019
Under the evening blue show lights of a capacity filled concert, we meet country singer Liam Page (Alex Roe). However, you might have learned about overworked famed music artists, Liam needed an escape. From his hectic paced managers, ecstatic fans, those booked concerts, appearances, from his empty feeling fame. The success and wealth could not take away the immediate pain after one of his old’ hometown friends was killed in an accident.
Eight years before Liam did not have a reason to return after ditching his fiancée Josie (Jessica Rothe) at their wedding. Much more hard to believe stuff from this romantic movie surface on the screen. Including Liam not knowing how to make credit card purchases online or he fathered a little girl, Billy with Josie. Alternatively, why Josie did not sue Liam for child support, being he is well-known! She had his cell phone number since high school. Was Josie too angry with him?
Unfortunately, it is worse; the movie portrays Josie irritated for a short (film reel) time when meeting Liam — then becoming a foolish young woman who falls for the guy who left her for a music career. Personal decisions should be a little logical, even for a fabled romance. The film set this love story in motion when Pastor Brian, Liam's father (John Benjamin Hickey), preached forgiveness for those who hurt us.
Billy, Liam, Josie get to bond with each other, the motion picture gives their budding relationships quality time with the help of a country music soundtrack. Liam makes good becoming a better man, like his daughter (Abby Ryder Rose) said, “you found your way back.” As other reviewers, I agree Ms. Rose portraying Billy is too unbelievably mature for the child’s actual comprehension. And, she, at times, smarty talks the adults adding to the unrealistic nature of this motion picture. It’s not cute.
I noticed this motion picture got a lot of great reviews here. It is not necessary to harp on that. The concern here is the message. If a man is a cool, famous guy with cash on hand and celebrity status, he can eventually win his gal back hooking on his concert tour. Thus, the title Forever My Girl. If you accept it, the movie is more comfortable to take in and less itching on the conscious.
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