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October 7, 2013
It's all a bit too quiet, a bit too reserved, possibly a bit too British indie. One gets the sense, from this and many other British indie romcoms produced around the same time, that there was an almost pathological fear of 'doing a Four Weddings'. Thus whilst careful to avoid any Hugh Grant stereotypes, the leading men are now confused, but charmless and the women are finally fully developed, but unlikeable. Also the only song is by Take That...seriously?
½ September 26, 2012
Written almost entirely in relationship cliches, which either makes it very bad or very real.
August 10, 2012
Unromantic and not very funny. I'm surprised this got a theatrical release. A charmless lead character and little in the way of plot. Don't waste your time.
½ August 7, 2012
There's nothing special about the story or the film making, but it does serve as a warning about relationships.
August 5, 2012
and let that be a lesson to ya. This movie comprised of a multitude of different attitudes to love, not just the one. Although , the one, is the one that mostly touches some nerve of my past personal experiences in that field. It depicts how easily things can change, from the confidence that comes from 'having it all' , to then having nothing. You can see from the beginning that David is a selfish mug who doesn't realize what he's got until it's too late.
September 17, 2008
wow i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is an ok movie 2 watch....this has got a good cast of actors/actressess throguhout this movie....i think that the scenery throughout the countryside throughout this movie is nice/calm n relaxing....this is kind of a short movie (its only 1hour n a half)...i think that this is good because its explors the relationships between the main character n girls he's with...this is a pretty ok movie 2 watch its nothing special but its ok..n the bloke on the poster is from the hit tv show green wing n he does the barclay card adverts...
Super Reviewer
February 12, 2008
love and relationships in london as a guy breaks up with his long term women, but other women finishes with him too, a wooody allen type film look at relationships, some nice moments in a brief running time
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