Romance • PG-13 • 2006 • 1 hr 46 min
Easy to watch, funny enough, and has some great situations that are funny for couples!
I think it's a funny take on a couple getting back at each other and winning the other back. I like how it wasn't one-sided.
So damn good. Vince as always made me laugh.
There is some funny situations and enjoyable jokes, nothing the best comedy but entertaining enough.
Well its a classic Hollywood romcom I guess, and it has its moments when it makes u feel something If I remember correctly I laughed from it
Wasn’t the worst, some what realistic view of a toxic relationship. Had funny moments
I think I cried at this movie and I have NO idea why. But it’s still really good.
This a good movie with good actors and story.
Not your typical rom-com. Not a Vince Vaughn fan, but I was able to enjoy this film
Not funny at all, dislike the man gaze prospective from the whole movie. Its the really really bad execution of The marriage story. Avoid.
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