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For Love or Money (2019)

The Revenger: An Unromantic Comedy (original title)
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A fairy tale romance takes an unexpected turn when Mark discovers his beautiful bride-to-be, Connie, has actually been plotting against him.


Mark Murphy


Sabrina Lepage (additional scriptwork), Mark Murphy



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Credited cast:
Robert Kazinsky ... Mark
Samantha Barks ... Connie
Rachel Hurd-Wood ... Kendra
Ed Speleers ... Johnny
Tony Way ... Tim
Ivan Kaye ... Patrick
Anna Chancellor ... Carol
David Hargreaves David Hargreaves ... The Priest
Charley McDougall ... John Doe (as Charley Mcdougall)
Tala Gouveia ... Jane Doe
Tanya Reynolds ... Alexa
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William Bale William Bale ... Wedding Guest
Maria Barr ... Bridal Store Manager / Wedding Guest
Gintare Beinoraviciute Gintare Beinoraviciute ... Patron
Maff Brown Maff Brown ... The Hitchhiker


A fairy tale romance takes an unexpected turn when Mark discovers his beautiful bride-to-be, Connie, has actually been plotting against him.

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Thoroughly enjoyable comedy with Ivan Kaye standing out as unrivalled highlight
17 March 2019 | by skutahSee all my reviews

British independent film 'For Love or Money' has been produced on a tight budget, but does convince with its beautiful photography, a pleasant atmosphere, plenty of funny scenes and with a great cast:

Tony Way (best man Tim) is extremely funny, the leads Samantha Barks and Robert Kazinsky portray the slowly growing human sensitiveness of their characters convincingly and Ivan Kaye stands out as the unrivalled highlight as Connie's father Patrick.

Always a scene-stealer, in this film Kaye shows his genius to impress even smaller characters on the audience by deploying an enormous range of acting skills within limited space. He masterfully switches back and forth between the promiscuous and bizarre touch of his character and its traditional and patriarchal qualities within seconds. Kaye's brilliance dominates every single one of his scenes making him the main focus in most unexpected moments. Even when he is positioned in the background, that is where the main fun is happening. As Ivan Kaye makes his first appearance towards the last third of the film, it is certainly true in this case that they saved the best for last.

It's just a pity that the happenings at the house of Connie's parents haven't been given more space as in my opinion the Failed Critics review correctly states that the film "jumps to a completely different level" once Ivan Kaye and Anna Chancellor (as Connie's mother Carol) appear on the scene.

Rachel Hurd-Wood as Connie's old friend Kendra has several great moments and although Ed Speleers sometimes overacts given the more restricted style of his castmates, his facial expressions are hilarious.

Some marginal, but recurring characters evoke extra laughs, not least David Hargreaves' somewhat quirky priest with his dry style.

All in all, this is a thoroughly enjoyable comedy film with an endearingly human undercurrent that results in an interesting turn at the end. Highly recommended to everybody who is looking for a slightly different type of "romantic comedy" and wants to laugh a lot.

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