This movie is an incompetent piece of lacking entertainment. The overall lack of quality and effort put into this effort is apparent from the lazy writing and atrocious acting. This movie is a shining example of why early 2,000 Rom Coms are an unfortunate piece of cinematic history which should be cast aside and forgotten as soon as possible. This movie is, in my opinion, is everything that was wrong with, "10 Things I Hate About You" a movie which I thought was definitely competent. But that movie had good acting, and an at least somewhat original plot. However, ripped from the unwilling hands of Shakespeare, this movie is based directly off of "The Twelfth Night". How sad that such a brilliant pioneer of theater should have his legacy live on through such a travesty of cinema. I might sound like a posh cinema snob, but honestly, I don't have high expectations. When I go to see a movie, I expect a certain criterion to be met in order for me to enjoy it. There must be at least sub par acting, a competent script, bearable music, and for a movie to know what it's doing (A comedy being funny, an action movie having action Etc.). This movie doesn't meet any of the criteria I have suggested a competent movie have. The acting is unfunny and lines are delivered poorly, the writing is general dull and not exciting, the music is what you'd expect from a movie that came from this time period, and it tries too hard to be a drama. Try not to choke with steaming handfuls of political commentary and feminism being forced down your throat; and that's coming from a liberal. It's predictable, uninteresting, and plain boring.