Bed Of Roses – Edited

Theatrical Release: November 19, 2003
DVD Release: November 19, 2003
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Synopsis

Smart, pretty and very unassuming, Lisa (Mary Stuart Masterson) has a promising career as an investment banker in New York City. She has a boyfriend who doesn’t demand much emotionally; in fact, she declares he is about as romantic as a night light. When a totally unexpected huge bouquet of flowers is delivered to her office one day without a card, Lisa is bewildered. The delivery man (Christian Slater) refuses to admit he is her secret admirer until he realizes how upset she is. As these two lonely people become friends, they find they have both suffered tragedy. In a matter of days they have fallen in love. Billed as a romantic comedy, Bed of Roses is so sweet it stretches belief. The romantic, generous florist attempts to win Lisa’s heart by sending her a dozen thorn less roses every hour on the hour. No wonder she initially thinks he is some kind of weirdo. She has no family and he is from a big, loving family that lives in a perfect house in a perfect rural setting that intimidates the confused Lisa. Teenage girls and women find BED OF ROSES a feel-good love story, but it’s no “Sleepless in Seattle.”

Dove Review

Lisa has lived a terrible childhood with no family. The generous florist has a wonderful family. He wants the girl of his dreams and she gets hung up on her past and the family deal. Can love conquer all? Can Lisa get over her past and all her fears? The story is told well and holds your interest, but Christian Slater’s character is almost too good to be true. If you like romantic comedies, you’ll enjoy “Bed of Roses.”

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Info

Company: New Line Cinema
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 87 min.
Reviewer: Dave Lukens