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A chick flick, Rom Com, call what you like, but I liked this movie. One of those predictable but nonetheless enjoyable movies.Not fantastic I grant you, but more serving than the current audience scores. If you like Rom Coms, watch it and make up your own mind.
Turns my stomach every time networks get out of ideas of programming for weekends or holidays, and decide to broadcast this piece of crap.
I'm sorry, but this universe where becoming a hotel manager is a lofty, unobtainable goal is just stupid.
So incredibly predictable and at times soooo cheesy
i mean its JLO what's not to love
This is s great movie and I love Jennifer Lopez but it's so basic. This movie has a theme that has been overused.
Maid hits the jackpot in this comedy ripoff of Cinderella.
Wasn't as good as I expected it to be, but it was a nice movie to watch. Jennifer Lopez did good and the message was nice.
I don't ever plan on watching this film again, but I'll admit the dialogue and characterization was pretty good, just as anyone should expect from a story by John Hughes. Otherwise move along people, there's nothing new here.
I used to have a crush on Ralph Fiennes, and watched this a few times in my teens/20s. However, I recently revisited it on Netflix and, wow, this film is so pandering to what filmmakers think women want to see in a romantic comedy, it fails on all accounts. The acting is still fine by Fiennes, but the rest is meh.