2 Hearts

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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    This is the sort of film for which the term "tearjerker" was invented, but this one jerks them so violently you may need medical attention afterwards.
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    Owen GleibermanVariety
    It's a softheaded piece of morbid romantic treacle - two parallel cloying love stories for the price of one.
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    Anne T. DonahueGlobe and Mail
    Frankly, 2 Hearts is the drama this year deserves. One that starts with promise before descending into madness.
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    Michael O'SullivanWashington Post
    It's wholesome but starchy fare: a story of sacrifice and good fortune that feels less like a movie than a marketing vehicle for the power of divine providence.
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    Jim JudyScreen It!
    It's clunky at spots and some of the acting occasionally feels a bit rough. And yes, it's as predictable as they come. (Full Content Review for Parents - Sexual Content, Profanity, etc. - also Available)
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    Charles KoplinskiReel Talk with Chuck and Pam
    Unfortunately, everything about this film is quite predictable. While it's based upon a true story, the overall tone is that of a Hallmark movie.
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    Avi OfferNYC Movie Guru
    Hackneyed, shallow and lacking chemistry between the leads. It's so saccharine that it might end up giving you a cavity.
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    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    Two sappy love stories eventually collide in 2 Hearts, which has an important message and not too much else.
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    Micheal ComptonBowling Green Daily News
    2 Hearts has its heart in the right place. It's too bad it's a film that relies way too much on clichés and tropes, ultimately asking the audience to suspend disbelief in ways that are physically impossible.
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    Nate AdamsThe Only Critic
    When Jacob Elordi began delivering one of the cheesiest voice overs in recent memory and the hospital gurney showed up, it was clear that I hopped on a sinking ship.
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