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Not sure why rom-coms are criticised for their linear storylines and predictability, isn't that part of the deal? Thought the performances in this one was good!
It's better than those Hallmark movies I recently had to endure
Great movie. Mathhew if awesome.
Not good at all. The scenario is implausible not only as a real life situation -- but also as a plot for an enjoyable movie.
Unrealistic as most chick flicks are, but for what it is, this movie is very entertaining and funny
Presenting a guy with a âlove fernâ? just days after meeting him is as ridiculous as the many other scenarios Andie puts Ben through in this movie but it works to build the plot of the dueling bets made in this romantic comedy. The success of delivering this movie to audiences in 2004 was due in part to the excellent casting choices. Kate Hudson portrayed the character, Andie Anderson, a confident, lively columnist who is trying to manipulate an âinnocentâ? guy into dumping her within 10 days to write an article about what not to do when dating. Through facial expressions, outstanding delivery of lines, and actions, she creates an infuriating yet lovable character. Hudson is paired well with actor Matthew McConaughey, who understandably becomes People magazineâ(TM)s âsexist man aliveâ? in 2005. McConaughey plays Benjamin Barry, an attractive, confident but egotistical advertising executive. In order to obtain lead on an account for advertising diamonds, Ben makes a wager with co-workers that he can make any woman of their choosing fall in love with him within ten days. Duped by his co-workers, they choose Andie and the fun begins. His performance is more than âalright, alright, alrightâ? as he puts up with her outrageous behavior. Their two different goals are twisted together in a way that makes the whole storyline funny and at the same time makes the audience (me) hope they will truly fall in love. - Kathryn Brennan
Annoying, predicable, and lazy, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days doesn't deserve anyone's attention.
SO OVERRATED. This movie is bad and boring. Why do so many of the audience like this bad rom-com?
These two are magic together! Kate Hudson's best movie by far.
Evil/cute comedy with two protagonists who have great chemistry together.