Serendipity (2001) – Kate Beckinsale Stars in a Whimsical Romance about Second Chances
Romances produced in the 90s and early 2000s were not an era I frequented. For this reason, there is a host of catalog titles that I have been able to play “catch up” with. Serendipity, a romantic dramedy, is one such film that falls into that box.
Taking place on opposite ends of the coasts with a heck of a lot of missed chances in-between, Serendipity is, at its heart, a romance. It follows Sara Thomas (Kate Beckinsale) and Jonathan Trager (John Cusack) who spend one magical night together. Read the review in full on Silver Petticoat Review →
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Content Note: There is one suggestive scene involving a couple in a state of undress (non-graphic), and some commonplace profanity. The film is rated PG-13.
Photos: Miramax / Lionsgate
This review first appeared on Silver Petticoat Review.