At Midnight Movie Review: The latest Rom-Com movie is now available to stream on Paramount from Feb 10th, the movie is directed by Jonah Feingold and the star cast includes Monica Barbaro, Whitney Cummings, and other stars.
The runtime of the movie is approx. 1.3hr written by Jonah Feingold, Maria Hinojos, and Giovanni M. Porta, the movie is rated A for some language use, in this article, I am going to give you a review/ summary of the movie so let’s get started.
The movie revolves around a famous superstar actress Sophie (Monica Barbaro) who is shooting their famous superhero trilogy Super Society 3, Her boyfriend Adam (Anders Holm) who not really respect their relationship, and Sophie also caught him cheating during the movie shoot but her manager Margot (Whitney Cummings) gives her advice to fake their relationship and romance till the wrap of the film, which is a 6-week schedule in Mexico.
She goes on the trip with her best friend Rachel(Catherine Cohen) where she meets with a very handsome and charming personal manager Alejandro (Diego Boneta) give to them they fall in love with each other and started meeting at midnight when his shift gets over, Alejandro’s dream is to open his own hotel after getting into a management program in New York.
The chemistry between the two of them is great, they feel like made for each other throughout the movie the movie is a typical rom-com and some of you can feel nostalgic if you have watched a rom-com of the early ’90s or 20’s the supporting cast has done a great work the direction is good and the female lead Monica is great as you can see her also in the movie Top Gun: Maverick as a female fighter pilot.
The camera work is done smoothly the cinematography is top notch if you are a fan of nostalgic rom-com you can watch this movie the jokes are cracked In between dialogues feel good jokes on marvel and many other things.
If you want to watch this movie is now streaming on Paramount+ in the English language.