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You Had Me at Aloha

You Had Me at Aloha (2021)

When the host of a popular travel show resigns, the network enlists Paige, to step in for the next season set in Hawaii. Unbeknownst to her, they have also hired Ben, who likes to push everything to the extreme. As these two new co-hosts clash over their opposing ideas for production, they grapple with the fact that not only do they need each other to further their careers, but they also balance each other on and off the screen.

Release Date: June 5, 2021

1 Movie Review
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    This movie was fantastic! Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith make a wonderful couple in this movie. Paige, a behind-the-scenes worker for a network company, is still reminiscing the embarrassing moment she had when she was a reporter. She has the opportunity to live down that moment by going to Hawaii as a host for a new adventure show. Paige reluctantly accepts, unknowing that Ben, an extreme daredevil TV host was also enlisted to go to Hawaii. Their opposite personalities crash when doing production. But little by little, the co-hosts work past their differences and fall in love with each other along the way. I thought this movie was funny, heartfelt, and interesting to watch. This movie taught the importance of working past differences and letting go of previous mistakes. This movie was fun and encouraging. I loved everything about the movie. The acting was spot-on. The scenes were engaging and fun. And the message that the movie had a was amazing too. All in all, I think this movie is great and would suggest if you like romance, adventure, comedy, and family-friendly watching. Happy watching!