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True Love Triumphs
Release Date: January 23, 2004
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Audience: Teenagers and adults
Runtime: 95 minutes
Director: Robert Luketic
Executive Producer: William S. Beasley and Gail Lyon
Producer: Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher
Writer: Victor Levin
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GENRE: Romantic Comedy
When Tad’s wholesome image suffers some bad publicity, his manager concocts a scheme to restore his image – run a dating contest for Tad’s female fans. Of course, who should happen to win the contest but Rosalee. Tad finds Rosalee’s wholesome, beautiful innocence too much to resist. When he goes to Rosalee’s home town to seriously woo her, Pete accelerates into competitive mode, but how do you compete with a Matinee Idol, especially one that’s not above stealing some of your best lines?
WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON is a breezy, positive, morality-tale, romantic comedy. The leads are appealing, and the story is entertaining. Topher Grace as Pete is particularly funny. Viewers will be able to relate to both his character and Rosalee, who is played by Kate Bosworth. The movie contains some light sexual innuendoes and light foul language, however.
WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON is a breezy, positive, morality-tale, romantic comedy. The leads are appealing, and the story is entertaining. Topher Grace as Pete is particularly funny. There are, however, some light sexual innuendoes and light foul language.