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‘Squared Love Everlasting’ Netflix Movie Review - When Fairy Tales Go on Autopilot

The movie follows the whirlwind romance of Monika and Enzo, which seems to be heading towards a fairy-tale ending, until a bombshell revelation changes everything and tests their relationship.

Anjali Sharma - Wed, 23 Aug 2023 18:21:42 +0100 1369 Views
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"Squared Love Everlasting," the third installment in the "Squared Love" film series, attempts to sweep audiences off their feet with a whirlwind romance that promises a fairy-tale ending. Alas, even the most enchanting of promises can't mask the glaring flaws that plague this lackluster romantic comedy released in 2023.

From the moment the film kicks off, it becomes clear that originality has been cast aside like yesterday's news. Instead, we're treated to a tired parade of storybook clichés, as if the writers assembled every romantic comedy trope into a cinematic blender and pressed the 'predictable' button. There's something truly disheartening about witnessing a narrative that not only follows a formula but seemingly revels in it, leaving no room for innovation or surprise. The film's predictability becomes a burden, a weight that's carried throughout its runtime, and makes every twist and turn feel like a well-worn path.

And speaking of well-worn, the lack of depth in both storytelling and character development is a glaring issue. Monika and Enzo, the supposed stars of this cinematic spectacle, feel as substantial as cardboard cutouts. Their interactions, while occasionally sprinkled with a touch of chemistry, ultimately fall flat due to the absence of emotional resonance. It's as if the writers were so preoccupied with checking off the rom-com checklist that they forgot to infuse their characters with any genuine humanity. This lack of depth leaves the audience yearning for something, anything, to cling to, to make them care about the outcome of this saccharine relationship.

But wait, there's more – and by 'more,' I mean repetition. Oh, the repetition! It's as if the film got stuck in a loop, replaying the same tired themes over and over, like a scratched record that refuses to move forward. Just when you think you've seen the last of the storybook clichés, they resurface, relentless and unapologetic. Each recycled moment becomes a reminder of the missed opportunities to explore new narrative territories and to offer audiences a reason to stay engaged.

As the film unfolds, it becomes painfully evident that the filmmakers have embraced an unrealistic portrayal of romance. Now, don't get me wrong, I understand that romantic comedies often play in the realm of the fantastical, but there's a line between charmingly far-fetched and outright absurd. "Squared Love Everlasting" crosses that line with abandon, tossing logic and reason out the window in favor of exaggerated scenarios that strain even the most elastic of imaginations. For viewers who seek even a semblance of authenticity in their cinematic escapades, this film is likely to elicit more eye-rolls than heartfelt sighs.

In a world where romantic comedies have the potential to be delightful concoctions of wit, charm, and heart, "Squared Love Everlasting" stands as a stark reminder of missed opportunities. It dances to the uninspired beats of predictability, flounders in the shallows of superficial character development, and revels in the unrelenting repetition of stale themes. If ever there was a film that needed a fresh perspective, a daring narrative leap, or a genuine injection of emotion, it's this one. As it stands, it's a forgettable addition to the vast sea of romantic comedies, struggling to stay afloat amidst the waves of its own inadequacy.

Final Score- [1/10]
Reviewed by - Anjali Sharma
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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