Director Edward Zwick, who generally dabbles in heavy dramas and actioners ('Glory,' 'Legends of the Fall,' 'The Siege,' 'Blood Diamond') hasn't done a romantic-comedy since 1986, when he teamed Demi Moore and Rob Lowe as lovers whose one-night stand turns into a budding relationship; the film followed their struggles with the ups and downs of romance and love.

Now, in 'Love and Other Drugs,' Zwick has teamed Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway as a pair of free spirits who meet cute and find themselves in a budding relationship; the film follows their struggles with the ups and downs of romance and love.
Love and Other Drugs
R2010
Based on 38 critics

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