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With a clever script and charismatic leads, Definitely, Maybe is a refreshing entry into the romantic comedy genre.
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It's sweet natured and brightly played.
Definitely, Maybe, which was written and directed by Adam Brooks, has charm and spirit.
Tthe performances are very strong.
Everything feels derivative and nothing rings true -- it's The Way We Weren't.
Is this movie the best romantic comedy of the year? Maybe not. Do you walk out with a smile on your face? Definitely.
Definitely, Maybe isn't terrible exactly, but it's bland, and in some ways that's worse. It's a romance posing as a detective story in which the solution is obvious and not worth the fuss.
As a result of the movie's jagged, careless, overly cute approach, a number of performances are wasted.
The script lacks wit. The danger of gift-wrapping the story in the pink gauze of a little girl's bedtime story tends to drain any sexiness right out of it.
More satisfying than your cookie-cutter romantic comedy but far less overwrought than a full-blown period romance, it finds a satisfying and cuddly middle ground.
This is straight-up young people whining about their relationships.
While clearly aimed at women, many men could find it as entertainingly endurable as did I.
The movie has heart and humor; the two most important traits for any romantic comedy.
One of the best Rom-com's in recent years. Not full of laughs throughout, it does have it's more serious and dramatic parts along the way. It does have a great cast with Renolds, the 3 female leads and a good performance by Abigail Breslin as Reynolds daughter. A good story largely told in retrospective segments as a father tells his daughter of his 3 main loves in his life, to see if she can work out which one was her mother. A class above most Rom-coms, with aspects similar to The Notebook and Serendipity!
This is one of the best romantic comedies I've seen in a long time. The story is romantic and snappy, keeping just the right amount of mystery so that it is not confusing but whimsically engrossing. I loved having the setting during Bill Clinton's time - it weathered and toughened out the story in an aspect where it definitely could've been too "fairytale". Isla Fisher is the European Amy Adams; I thought she was so, so adorable whenever she delivered anything. I hope she gets a great career in the future.I still kind of hate Ryan Reynolds because his acting style has touches of the egotistical and fake, but I think he manages to obtain a decent amount of chemistry with all four female characters (Abigail Breslin included). The casting was pretty much flawless, even though I think they could've had Elizabeth Banks do more and had us like her more. She can be perfectly endearing, that one.But as a general idea, I highly recommend this movie to anyone and I couldn't stop smiling throughout!
The ending got me with this film. Ryan Reynolds played Abigail Bronsons father so perfectly and this is one of the best love stories written.
Ryan Reynolds and Abigal Breslin shine in this beautiful movie that in the end had me in tears. Isla Fisher as April is also wonderful in this. Just a great movie.
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