Netflix just released the adorable new trailer for its latest romantic comedy, Falling Inn Love, starring Christina Milian.
Netflix is slowly but surely becoming the go-to spot for great romantic comedies. With movies like Always Be My Maybe, Someone Great, and even some of the cheesier (but delightful) brands of romcoms like the Christmas Prince movies, this streamer has got serious romcom game.
It’s not stopping anytime soon either, releasing the trailer for its latest romcom, Falling Inn Love.
Starring Christina Milian, Falling Inn Love tells the story of Gabriela, who finds her way to New Zealand after losing her job, breaking up with her boyfriend, and winning an inn in an online contest. However, once she gets to New Zealand, her charming little fixer-upper inn needs quite a bit more fixing than she anticipated.
The Bellbird Valley Farm might have been a beautiful New Zealand hotel at one time, but by the time Gabriela finds her way to it, it’s a bit of a mess. Not only is the hotel literally falling apart, but she also has to deal with a neighboring goat who loves to wander into the hotel and a meddlesome neighbor who is vying for the hotel for themselves.
Gabriela decides to renovate the hotel to flip it quickly but falls for her contractor, Jake Taylor (Adam Demos). Ultimately, she must decide if she will return to her “real” life in San Francisco, or if this new, unexpectedly wonderful life she’s building in New Zealand is the one she’s wanted all along.
Okay, so perhaps the premise behind this movie is a bit far-fetched, but honestly, it looks so cute that we’re totally on board. It’s got the classic romcom struggle of a woman running away from her “real life” to find another quirky job, not realizing that the life she wanted isn’t actually the big city and the high-powered job. Basically, Falling Inn Love is classic romantic comedy, and we’re here for it.
Even better, you don’t have to wait too long to check this flick out. Falling Inn Love premieres only on Netflix on August 29.
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