Everybody Loves Somebody is a romantic comedy on the surface Clara Barron (Karla Souza) seems to have it all: a job as an OB-GYN; a great house in LA; and a loving family. But, the one thing Clara doesn’t have figured out is her love life. Pressured by a family wedding in Mexico, Clara asks a co-worker Asher Grace (Ben O’Toole) to pose as her boyfriend for the weekend festivities. Clara was caught by surprise when her ex- boyfriend Daniel (José María Yazpik) suddenly shows up after disappearing from her life completely. Clara must decide between going back to the past or open her heart to new beginnings.
Everybody Loves Somebody, a bilingual romantic comedy set in Los Angeles, Ca.
Everybody Loves Somebody, which doesn’t break any new ground thematically but still manages to make an appealing addition to the rom-com genre. Pantelion Films will release it in the U.S. and should find a sympathetic audience, especially if the picture is shrewdly marketed in parts of the country with sizable Latino populations. I saw the movie and it was very sweet and touching and Clara made the right decision in the end.
Everybody Loves Somebody has this unique storyline conversing in Spanish and English.
I find the script very provocative using human psychology and having cross-cultural conflicts. Yet we get caught up in the movie all the same. Everybody Loves Somebody is very deep, and it works with using raucous humor.
I would recommend this movie it was really sweet. The other amazing casts were Stefanie Estes, K.C. Clyde, Samantha Neyland, and Rocio Vidal.