Along Came Polly
Comedy • PG-13 • 2004 • 1 hr 30 min
Cute RomCom. Not my favorite but definitely cute, funny & sweet. Also those island scenes were definitely not St. Barts
Cute film. I just love anything with Jennifer Aniston
it was funny but not the greatest… it did have a great cast and jennifer anniston’s costume/hair is to die for
I did not expect this to be as funny as it was
A cute and sweet movie with Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston. A great cast to a nice movie.
Solid flick, Hoffman playing basketball is still one of the funniest scenes ever
A nice and easy romcom for random wednesday nights
A formulaic comedy that is worth seeing for Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s performance alone. He’s side-splitting funny each time he’s on screen.
Pure RomCom gold. Has some shining moments but not really an all time great. Solid acting but nothing we haven’t seen before.
Fun comedy with some laugh out loud moments
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