Love, Rosie is another romantic comedy which is for the teens. Based on 2004 best-selling Irish author Cecelia Ahern's novel 'Where Rainbows End', Love, Rosie is a story of two childhood best friends Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) who are inseparable since the age of 5.
Like BFFs, Rosie and Alex find solace in each other and like childhood sweethearts, Rosie and Alex share a lovely chemistry on the big screen.
The best friends get separated when Alex gets admission at Harvard to study medicine, and Rosie gets pregnant unexpectedly. Well, it is not Alex's but Greg's (Christian Cooke) child who she gets physically involved with at the school dance.
Rosie gets accepted at Boston University but has to leave due to the unplanned pregnancy.
Things start to take a turn when they differ in the decision making and choosing the right thing. However, like a BFF, Alex and Rosie are always together even though they have different partners and choices.
Both get married to different partners and their marriage takes a lot of ups and downs. Rosie settles down with the father of her daughter, Katie, Greg who turns out to be a cheating and alcoholic husband. Live moves on for Alex to who is getting married to Bethany. Rosie tries to move and and attend the wedding of her best friend to reveal what she feels for him. However, she reaches after the wedding ceremony and decides to keep her feelings to herself.
Director Christian Ditter tried to show a childhood friendship turn to love and how the friends who love each other try to protect each other from bad.
Love, Rosie is a typical romance drama which is a one time watch and would be liked by the youth. In short, Love, Rosie is a nice Valentine's Day watch if you want to see some romance and how love stays forever.