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There’s a promising edge to the opening of “Endless Love,” which begins with a young man, David (Alex Pettyfer), speaking in voice-over about a young woman, Jade (Gabriella Wilde). It’s a high school graduation somewhere in Atlanta, and as the camera picks Jade out of the celebrating crowd, David reminisces about how he’s been watching her for years. From the way he talks, he seems to have been watching her closely. Closely enough to suggest that he’s been long nurturing a passion, perhaps an obsession — something deep, troubling and real.

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Franco Zeffirelli’s sappy 1981 teen romance about obsessive love across the class divide – which was based on Scott Spencer’s 1979 novel and starred a young Brooke Shields – gets a glossy remake with Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the leads. He’s a brooding blue-collar guy from the wrong side of the tracks; she’s a sheltered rich girl who belongs with the country club set. And when they fall passionately in love, her overbearing dad (Bruce Greenwood), still mourning the death of her golden-boy elder brother from cancer, is equally passionate about putting a stop to the relationship. The ensuing love-conquers-all narrative bears as much resemblance to real life as The Lego Movie, but for all its blandness, Endless Love will be pure catnip for its target audience of teen girls.

Watch Endless Love Online Free megashare Shallow, timorous and unbelievable, alas, end up being more like it. Based on the 1979 Scott Spencer novel of the same tantalizing title (is “endless” a happy vow or a threat?), the movie relates what is meant to be the kind of feverish love that sends people into shudders of ecstasy. This is the love, or should be, of Antony and Cleopatra, Scarlett and Rhett and the couple in the 1950 film noir “Gun Crazy” who look at each other like “wild animals.” This is the love, or should be, that burns, consumes and spurs Friar Laurence to warn Romeo: “These violent delights have violent ends./And in their triumph die, like fire and powder,/Which as they kiss consume.”

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