Netflix's New Movie Is So Cheesy That People Are Calling It "The Perfect Rom-Com"
It's rom-com season and Netflix has started us off with an original movie starring Christina Millian. The streaming platform by now is familiar with the ins and outs of what makes a perfect rom-com. Just have a look at the masterpiece that is To All The Boys I've Loved Before, and they've created a hit once again. The cheesiness is on overload with Netflix's new rom-com and we can't wait to cringe through every second of it.
Falling Inn Love stars Christina Millian, Adam Demos, and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. Netflix summary of the movie reads:
"When a San Francisco exec wins a New Zealand inn, she ditches city life to remodel and flip the rustic property with help from a handsome contractor."
Coming to you at 3pm pst the new trailer for #FallingInnLove starting myself! A new @NetflixFilm premiering Aug 29t… https://t.co/4fQC0QU9K5— Christina Milian (@Christina Milian) 1565728008
Millian plays the "San Francisco exec" named Gabriella and Adam Demos plays the "handsome contractor" named Jake Taylor. The movie isn't going to be released on the platform until August 29th but their cliche filled trailer was just released.
While I would definitely stay away from the trailer if you want to avoid spoilers, (what is up with Netflix giving away their movies in trailers lately?) but we can't help but get excited about it.
It seems like the Twitterverse also feels the same about the upcoming rom-com. One twitter user even went as far as calling it, "The perfect rom-com."
‘FALLING INN LOVE’ IS ALREADY THE PERFECT ROM-COM. NO FURTHER QUESTIONS. https://t.co/Z4nSOYWF95— Kathleen Newman-Bremang (@Kathleen Newman-Bremang) 1565782143
Others just can't help but be attracted to the corniness and we can definitely relate.
@ChristinaMilian @NetflixFilm A cheesy rom com with a Latina female lead? SIGN ME UP! #FallingInnLove https://t.co/DjJsG8RqxT— Lyra Hale 🏳️🌈✍️🇵🇷 (@Lyra Hale 🏳️🌈✍️🇵🇷) 1565743590
@brent_hodson @netflix Ohhhhhh snap. Falling INN Love is the best worst name for that movie. I love it already.— Dani (@Dani) 1565735746
Falling Inn Love looks so bad that it might actually be Netflix's best rom-com yet!