Coffee Shop (2014) - Comedy, Drama, Romance

Hohum Score

35

Bearable

When a young coffee shop owner is threatened with repossession she must take a chance with life and love as she fights to save her business.

IMDB: 5.8
Director: Dave Alan Johnson
Stars: Laura Vandervoort, Cory M. Grant
Length: 88 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 14 out of 44 found boring (31.81%)

One-line Reviews (25)

Brooding, boring, cheesy and predictable.

It's a light play, and a reasonably predictable story arc.

Yes, the plot is weak and predictable.

Totally predictable, cheap, cheezy, this movie is probably the worst I ever watched.

And then boring holes in the guy's face.

It brought tears to my eyes and I watched it on Pure Flix, a lot of young ladies have a problem being accepted, and Coffee shop has an enjoyable plot.

Enjoyable family friendly movie.

Everything about this script is adolescent, trite and predicable.

I think to this day after 30 years , this is the worst movie I have ever seen.

The plot too contrived and clichéd, the acting too high-school theater, and its worst flaw is that it was dully predictable.

Neat and simple love story--hugely boring.

Truly shallow acting , very bad script , predictable , and full of stereotypes .

Cliché .

Enjoyable family friendly movie .

The story was recycled from other movie ideas and the scenes moved very slow.

Sooooo Predictable .

The plot was simple to the point of being uninteresting.

Low budget Sleepless in Seattle knock off, formulaic and contrived.

All in all, this is a simple and pleasantly entertaining romantic movie.

Predictable, it has a lovely virtue- the coffee shop.

Great for falling asleep .

Grant and beautiful Laura Vandervoort are amiable and there is sufficiently palpable chemistry between the two to make this movie an enjoyable watch.

But the synopsis, while simple enough, made me think it would at least be a bit entertaining.

I think this definitely could've used a re-write once the whole overly formulaic major plot points were mapped out because for a TV-movie the story was okay enough.

Cliché story line where everything fits perfectly into place--a sunset party just HAPPENED to be there during the end of the date and Ben's "betrayal" was just small enough to be overcome by telling insecure Donavan that he loved her.