Based on one of Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ dense, wildly plotted, emotionally epic romances, Love is an unwieldy, rushed thing, yet the main problem isn’t structure. It’s tone. At the first sight of each other, Marquez’ ravenous lovers tend to faint with passion or write adoring poems or engage in mountain-quaking bouts of sex. This sort of stuff is endearing when read, but it can be embarrassing to watch. Visibly struggling – and juggling unreliable accents – are the likes of Javier Bardem, Benjamin Bratt, Live Schreiber and, in the performance that comes closest to camp, John Leguizamo.