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Something Borrowed

Rated PG-13 for sexual content including dialogue, and some drug material.

PG-13 In Theaters 05/6/2011 , 112min.
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Critic score based on 30 reviews

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April 10, 2012
Sigh...where do I begin? Just saw this on DVD, and in spite of funny dialogue and good acting, this movie doesn't work. Rachel may have made the choice she did if she were 16, but c'mon man! She's 30. Hotness will not sway her the way it did. At 30, you want a guy who has seen you at your worst and still wants to be around you. A friend and confidante who tells you what you need to hear and not
March 01, 2012
This movie makes no sense. How can all the guys like an ugly girl and fool around with your best friends fiance? No moral values regardless. I'm only giving it a one star because it is unrealistic for all the guys to fall in love with an ugly girl that's no better than any of the other women characters. She might be smart but ugly, Why do they write such a stupid movie like this? Should every
September 29, 2011
My husband and I saw this movie when it first opened in spite of the critics' reviews. Not only were we pleasantly surprised, we spoke about the flick long after it was over. The chemistry between the lead characters is spot on - a true joy to watch. Ordered the Blu-ray and am looking forward to having a movie day with friends tomorrow.
September 23, 2011
Awful bloody film. Rarely do I find myself rooting AGAINST the main characters of a RomCom.
September 17, 2011
Fun love story. While the movie had a predictable end, there were several times during the movie where you didn't think so. Great to see Colin Egglesfield (former AMC cast member) on the big screen. He is great looking, good actor, and has great presence on the BIG screen. I hope to see him in other movies. Kate Hudson's character was a little annoying and over the top, but I still enjoyed the

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Something Borrowed clinches it: It is not okay to sleep with the fiance of one's best friend. What's odd, and ultimately icky, is how enthusiastically the film attempts to justify doing so. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The most dispiriting thing about Something Borrowed is that with a little more art, craft and wit it could have been a lot better, maybe even good. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Despite the pretty overload and the smoldering blue-eyed handsome of Egglesfield, the heart-pounding, palm-sweating, heavy-breathing chemical reactions that should be causing major blackouts in Manhattan, where this story unfolds, are nowhere to be found. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Bonds are tested and feelings hurt, but who really cares? The story takes predictable turns, embraces clichés and dodges all humor. Full Review
Kerry Lengel
Arizona Republic
Will anyone really believe in this GQ-perfect big man on campus who lacks the courage to ask her out on a date? Full Review
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