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September 06, 2011
I just loved this movie, have watched it 3 times already on cable. Justin Long and Drew Barrymore are just great together, I don't think it was offensive at all I'm a 48 yr old female.
December 20, 2010
This had the possibility of being a good movie however I hate listening to foul language and having to PAY to hear it is just too much. I think that the writers must not have a concept of the English language as they can't seem to express feelings without gutter talk. What gives??!! Very very disappointing!
December 02, 2010
okay wow, these skip its are just, wow. IT IS RATED R, what do you think that stands for exactly really sweet? come on people rated R means only adults can see it, so moving right along. its a good movie, its funny and sweet, it puts the funny moments in just when its needed. i rather enjoyed myself, OF COURSE, i dont think you should
October 11, 2010
September 25, 2010
This is the worse written movie - so disappointed in Drew, talking that filth. She has always been a sweetheart - what is it with these writers? Are they so illiterate that they can't write a script without using foul language? It could have been a good story but the dialogue sucked as did the movie, Drew and Justin - what did she see in him?
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When Going the Distance works, it works well, and it feels genuine. But like a bad relationship, the movie will continually let you down. Full Review
The New York Times
Romantic comedies nowadays tend to be either aggressively coarse or artificially sweet, and Going the Distance finds a workable middle ground. Full Review
The movie avoids most of the romantic comedy cliches, and its leads are appealing. That's almost enough for me. But not quite. Full Review
As it is, this uneven movie is more a compilation of contemporary images and concerns peppered with derivative raucous scenarios, la Judd Apatow movies, than an involving romantic comedy. Full Review
Time Out New York
Just because you tart up a typical romantic comedy with trash talk doesn't make it edgy or real. Full Review