Things kick off with a pretty decent meet cute: in a rush to grab the last train to Boston from Grand Central Station, Brooke (Alice Eve) drops and breaks her cell in front of busking jazz musician Nick (Chris Evans).She’s already gone before he can flag her down, but he gets another shot to return her mobile when, having missed the train, she comes back to the main terminal.Without a woman’s voice, there would be no humanity in the world.
She played herself in the Hollywood film Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb in 2014 and has since starred in several productions, including Criminal in 2016.
In 2016, she appeared in "Nosedive", an episode of the anthology series Black Mirror.
And so follows one night in Manhattan, with Brooke and Nick becoming drawn to each other, while harboring secret pains from their past, that will start being healed over the next few hours together.
Evans clearly aspires to make a breezy and relatable, Richard Linklater-esque walk-and-talk movie, but lacks the skills to make it feel natural.
The actress was later linked to poet Adam O'Riordan, but their relationship ended two years ago.
and More House School, and then took her A-levels at Westminster School in London.
But as Ryan Gosling learned at Cannes earlier this year with "Lost River," ambition, if not matched by execution, can come at a steep critical cost.
So credit to Chris Evans for keeping his goals modest with his directorial debut "Before We Go," but unfortunately he can’t clear the low bar he sets for himself with this strained romantic drama that struggles desperately to be engaging, charming or relatable.
Despite going through two divorces, Rufus maintained his own view of relationships.
My Favourite Movie: Cold Comes the Night's Alice Eve and Stealing Beauty Eve and Cowper-Smith first met while attending London's Westminster School in their teenage years.
The two were seen escaping the Big Apple's blizzard and grabbing a bite to eat at John's Restaurant in the East Village.