Comedy • PG-13 • 2001 • 1 hr 42 min
Maybe I expected more from all the rom com heavy hitters in this movie but I thought it was only okay. Nothing special. I guess that’s on me
Had some laughs, the characters are charming, but do not be fooled: it's another average romance movie with a twist in the argument.
It's an alright romantic comedy with a few good jokes. Don't expect anything more and you won't be disapointed.
Cool to have on in the background as you do something else
I still love this movie. Hank Azaria is just hysterical in this film. It’s a bit slow, but it’s a classic.
A dark comedy made by people who don't feel like they can commit to the premise. Still some amusing commentary hiding here and there.
Wasn’t as catchy as I thought it would be. Good actors.
It's good to just passively sit through. Kind of cute in guess.
Don’t ask me to write a reaction to a movie I saw once years ago and I can’t remember anything about it other than that it exists.
Fine rom com, mostly due to the stellar cast. Interesting premise but not fully fleshed out
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