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Utter garbage. The plot is sick. And people enjoy this tragedy of a "comedy"? You people have worms for brains.
A nice relaxing feel-good movie!
A movie I wouldn’t usually watch. Watched it with my wife .. was ok but a flat story and not an Oscar contender that’s for sure . Almost sad seeing some of these supporting actors do this movie. Imo.
Rising action, the end. No climax, no drama, no real plot. Two great actors with decent chemistry wasted on a boring script with zero romance and only two or three laughs.
Super sweet movie despute the subject matter being so peculiar.
I love the chemistry between the actors and apparent genuine nature of their relationships.
Sooooo cute. My heart is warmer after watching this movie.
Love this movie. Love the chemistry. Love the premise. It’s a classic.
Another generic rom-com where Jennifer Aniston is Rachel from Friends and Jason Bateman plays an intelligent, neurotic guy in the friend zone. Not much growth for either actor, which is especially irritating for fans of Jennifer Aniston since the best roles she's ever played, "The Good Girl" and "Friends with Money," she played someone insecure and flawed. She needs to stretch more. The story, which actually improves in the last 30 minutes, begins poorly, jumps right to the premise without any character build-up and then drags on through unnecessary drama until it finally saves itself with a rather sweet ending. The saving grace in this movie is Thomas Robinson, the child Jason and Jennifer share. He actually played a neurotic young Jason Bateman better than I think Jason Bateman could have played himself.
Bateman's performance of Wally is so good that he makes it almost impossible to give this movie a bad rating. Watch it for Wally.
look at us..
It takes way too much time to get to the point and works more than enough on its characters but then this is no mere ordinary rom-com; its worth a try.