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At Midnight

A hotel manager in Mexico falls in love with a rising movie star with a celebrity boyfriend.


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"At Midnight" directed by Jonah Feingold is a romantic comedy about two people who have made the "safe" choice not to fall in love. The film stars Diego Boneta and Monica Barbaro, who are appealing and well-matched leads. Despite their radically different lives, Alejandro and Sophie begin to secretly meet At Midnight. The movie has a strained and predictable plot, but the chemistry between the two leads is undeniable. Feingold's direction is solid, and the film is well-produced. The supporting cast, including Anders Holm, Casey Thomas Brown, and Catherine Cohen, all do a fine job. The movie has a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes and is rated R for language. Overall, "At Midnight" is an enjoyable romantic comedy that will appeal to fans of the genre. While it may not break any new ground, it's a well-made film that is worth a watch.



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Plot summary

Two people who do their best not to fall in love. It's centered on Alejandro, who lives a predictable life according to plan, and Sophie, a beautiful rising movie star with an unreliable celebrity boyfriend. During a visit to Mexico's beach to shoot scenes for her new movie, Super Society, Sophie falls in love with the hotel manager. Neither of them will be able to avoid falling in love and going against all odds.

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