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Cheesy but amazing! Lots of heart and part that make you laugh. This is a hit in my books.
They don't know each other but they're forced to pretend as lf they're married, so what do you think happens by the last reel? Yeah, it's that kind of a predictable romcom. Okay, then maybe the characterizations save it? Uh-uh. Put it this way: Rob Schneider steals the whole film. Need I say more? And he plays a fourth string character. But as good as Schneider is(or as he can be in controlled doses) it's the lead male, Annable, who truly fails this film. All the personality of a old bar of soap. They put the whole film on him, as if he were a Grant or a Stewart ... but he's not. He's not even close. Blah.
It was OK nothing remotely special. Entertaining but immediately forgettable. Could have been a lot better & funnier.
A low-brow rom-com with plenty of familiar stereotyped characters throughout. The production is fairly well done but the only real reason to give this one a go is for Rob Schnieder's irreverent character as he's good value, despite only having a minor role in the film.
This just wasn't a very good movie
Not even adequate to act as the background for DIY
nice and sweet movie
Pretty damn boring - it's not a good sign when your main thought during a movie is when did hottie Dave Annable start going grey?
Rather silly but very watchable rom com with a mixed bunch in the cast. Vinnie Jons always plays the same character. Katherine McPhee is noi leading lady but Dave anable is rather fun. Nice to see Suvari in a comic role.
A nice comedy which totally stole my attention, specially Rob Schneider
with his silly appearence.