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Excellent cheeky stuff
I love this movie, a rare gem. Simon Pegg at his usual best.
I think Simon Pegg is probably better served as a comedic actor in his native British movies, he's proven himself in that field time and time again, but when it comes to things like How to Lose Friends & Alienate People he is never given the opportunity to shine, and it's the lacklustre, derivative movies themselves (like this one) that are to blame.
Also, he starts this movie already alienated and he doesn't have any friends, so the title is like???
Pretty lame and boring and obviously predictable. I only laughed once, rest of it was stupid. I even felt sorry for the cast. Waste of time, novel could be good though.
Not an awful movie but still pretty bad. Very forgettable.
Dunno why Simon Pegg appears to be so irritating in every Hollywood movie he's in.
This not a bad movie one of Simon Peggs better films.Quite funny and I loved Kirsten Dunst she's the best.Check this film out if you love Simon Peggy.
It follows the rom-com formula more than I think it should, but it has a lot of genuine laughs, terrific performances (even Megan Fox plays her role well), and good chemistry between Pegg and Dunst.
One of the wrost films I've ever watched.
A (romantic?) comedy that I did not find all that amusing, however there was some chemistry between Pegg and Dunst, and the divinely gorgeous Megan Fox brightens the landscape of any movie. Jeff Bridges was terrible here, and I didn't much care for Gillian Anderson's character either. Barely worth a watch.