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April 30, 2011
LOVE THIS MOVIE!!! I love how all of the characters are connected in some way and it is just really cute and super funny and real. and it isnt just a flick chick, I have gotten many boys to see it including my jock brother and my boyfriend and they enjoyed it. THE CAST IS AMAZING!!!!
March 05, 2011
before i write my comment I just wanna say something, Jen9th13 and HannahAtlanta if you both thought the movie was so great and that you recommend it why did you give it one star? I mean I don't get that. Now as for my review I loved this movie. It shows how relationships develop and grow and how sometimes without even realizing it you can fall in love with your best
April 04, 2009
I'm 13 and I thought the movie was ok. It wasnt that bad, but I recomend it more for older women who have had more experience with men then teens. It's a cute movie, but like i said, it's better for older women who can relate in past experiences. Very cute, little confusing plot with all of the women in it, but cute. 3.5 stars.
April 02, 2009
I heard this was really good!
April 02, 2009
Someday I will see this movie...
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After more than two hours, what we're left with feels like a Robert Altman movie on Botox. It has some real substance and heft, but it also might be a bit too glossy. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
The result is a bit like a weightless swirl of cotton candy with a mere second of sweetness before it dissolves on your tongue. But then there's nothing wrong with cotton candy, and besides, the filmmakers never promised more. I guess they're just not into that. Full Review
The movie has a few too many story threads, but it also has some very funny lines and offers sharp-eyed commentary on the state of relationships in the era of instant messages and MySpace. Full Review
While "Love, Actually" succeeded in providing well-developed characters in (mostly) interesting situations, He's Just Not That Into You is often flat with subplots that feel rushed and/or contrived. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
The possibilities of the dating game are endless and the potential for pain is great, yet the permutations of the movie's plot are predictable and repetitive. Full Review