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Critics seemingly just didn't want to like this movie from the very get.....Before any screenings, it was quick judgements. Maybe it was due to the lead role being filled by an "outsider," Aguilera, who a widely known vocalist/pop singer & not an actress. I personally enjoyed this movie & catch it every time it comes on television, which is fairly often now. Christina, although the part didn't call for her to have to stretch herself too far, did a good job, given the role. She held the leading role well & I feel she was believable as the character. It's difficult when a person is solely known for a single attribute or talent & Christina has certainly put her mark in Hollywood as a musician/singer with longevity. Overall, I enjoy seeing this movie, repeatedly, it's entertaining & the cast is full of really good talent. The musical numbers are really good, the choreography, the songs, all good. It's worth watching.
Never went to see this in the theatre.... truthfully didn't even know about it until it hit network television recently. Given the reviews that I saw attached to it I was a little hesitant, especially cause I'm not really into Rom Com in the least. However, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this film. The cast was befitting especially Ginnifer Goodwin as Rachel. She is incredibly charming & naturally beautiful & acts with ease. I do not believe the movie was intended to strike up deep reflection or moral contemplation but the situations the character finds herself in has at one point or another been someone's reality. I have repeatedly watched the movie now & I enjoy it more each time..... I'd really like the sequel made to find out where all the characters end up.