A Sunday Night With The Matchbreaker.



Dear Strangers of Internet,

Let me introduce you to a movie dear to my heart… The Matchbreaker.

The Matchbreaker, a feature film from Vetter Brothers Filmworks, is a romantic comedy starring Wesley Elder, who co-wrote the movie, the talented artist Christina Grimmie, Osric Chau, Shawna Howson, Olan Rogers, and Tessa Violet (I’m sure you’ve heard about her a lot more by now).

Here’s a brief synopsis:

When an idealistic romantic gets fired from his day job, he is offered a “one-time gig” to break up a girl’s relationship for her disapproving parents. This “one-time” gig spreads through word-of-mouth and he ends up becoming a professional match-breaker. However, he ends up falling for one of his clients and must figure out how to balance his secret job with his love-life.

Along with a great cast, full of talented people, the movie is an emotionnal ride you’d be happy to take.

Behind this great storyline, we can discover the journey of the characters trying to deal with love and its complications. The performance of the cast brings us from tears in our eyes to laughter in a matter of a few minutes. The soundtrack of the movie plunges us into a maze of jazz, love and sincerity.

“True love can just wait”

I had the chance to watch The Matchbreaker a while back and I watched it again recently and let me tell you, it’s a beautiful movie. As a jazz lover myself, I loved every minutes of the movie. What makes it more beautiful is to be able to see the amazingly talented Christina Grimmie appearing on screen once again and delivering an amazing performance, both with her acting and her singing.

While I won’t talk about the tragedy that occured a few years ago, I can say that I’m sure Christina Grimmie will be remembered by her fans, family and friens. This movie was a great way to admired how her talent went even more beyond than music.

I actually recommend it to anyone !

This is K, signing off.


6 thoughts on “A Sunday Night With The Matchbreaker.

  1. I’ve never heard of this but it seems like it’s a film I’d really enjoy. Your review and description already provided the characters with some depth and likability. Got to watch this now to see if your post correlates x

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