What If doesn't break new ground. But it has charm to spare, and Radcliffe and Kazan are irresistible. No ifs about it. show more
No one ever stops talking. Twenty-somethings talk incessant small talk, or cute talk, or fatuous talk that's supposed to be clever. show more
What If boasts a couple of near-classic comic moments, one involving jalapeno peppers and a precipitous fall. show more
Sadly this movie is no where to be found near annapolis, md. Wander why?
My husband and I loved the movie. We accidentally saw it because we thought it was another movie and i personally did NOT want to see it because the trailer didn't make it seem impressive of a movie but im glad i saw it, it was awesome! Defiantly want to see it again!
Fortunate enough to screen "What If" at SoHo House. Well-cast, well-directed, well-scripted for a feel-good yet predictable romantic comedy. Radcliffe is perfect as the dejected naive former boyfriend whose sometime self-deprecating altruistic search for love infuses a wholesome innocence akin to "Juno" even though the plot is distinctly different.