If the creators of this film had spent as much time developing their characters as planning the interactive features, it would have benefited the final product. As it stands, there's some novelty in making life decisions for a person, as you get to do in Choose Love. But it's hard to care much one way or the other for these one-dimensional characters. What's more, some of the decisions feel life-altering (which man to choose!) while others are downright meaningless (pose silly, serious, or sexy for a photo?). Marano does what she can with the role and continues to grow her screen presence as a leading lady. Her suitors are all handsome and pleasant, with Jogia especially playful as the rock star.
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