The Proposal Review

What if one day, you wake up, and you're getting married?
In New York, Margaret Tate is a successful self-made chief-editor of the Ruick & Hunt Publishing and loathed by her coworkers. Margaret lost her parents when she was sixteen and is tough with the employees of the office. Her executive assistant and aspirant editor Andrew Paxton has been working with her for three years without any recognition. When Margaret has problems with the immigration due to an expired visa and is threatened with deportation, she blackmails Andrew to agree to marry her. In return, he would be promoted to editor and she would publish his book. Meanwhile, the skeptical clerk of the immigration department Mr. Gilbertson schedules an interview with Margaret and Andrew after the weekend. The couple travels to Sitka, Alaska, to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Andrew's grandmother and Margaret is welcomed by his warming family. Over the weekend, she grows closer to Andrew's family who ask her to marry Andrew in their barn, a family tradition in the Paxton family. And the tension increases when Mr. Gilbertson appears out of the blue in Sitka promising to charge Andrew for fraud (source)

Three days ago, I loathed you. I used to dream about you getting hit by a cab. Then we had our little adventure up in Alaska and things started to changed. Things changed when we kissed. And when you told me about your tattoo. Even when you checked me out when we were naked. But I didn't realize any of this, until I was standing alone... in a barn... wifeless. Now, you could imagine my disappointment when it suddenly dawned on me that the woman I love is about to be kicked out of the country. So Margaret, marry me, because I'd like to date you. --Andrew 

Lesson Learned:
  • True love exists. You will fall in love in very unexpected way
  • Kisses are powerful 
  • Your family would be still your family no matter what. Your house is your only comfort zone.
  • Life won't always give what you want, but it will certainly give what you deserve.
  • You can still work in an unhealthy environment if you are inspired by the people around you.
  • Every determination and good works deserve promotion.
  • Separation often benefits two people, it actually make their love deeper and relationship stronger

10 out of 10 for this movie. This one is a perfect movie for me. From the cast up to it's story. Two Thumbs up for  Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds,

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