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While eating old Chinese, Ashley Judd tells Hugh Jackman that she went to Paul Blazer High School, home of the Tomcats. The Judds are from Ashland KY, home of the real Paul Blazer High School, and the Tomcats. See more »
The closing scene was re-shot while Hugh Jackman was filming X-Men and so Eddie's hairstyle is different from the rest of the movie. See more »
Despite what critics had to say, I loved this movie. It was one of the few romantic comedies that I actually like. It isn't the best movie in the world, but it certainly isn't the worst movie in the world. To be honest, I only saw it because I love Ashley Judd. She does not give the best performance in the movie though. Hugh Jackman does. He's a fantastic actor. He was great in X-MEN, SWORDFISH, and he's great in this. I like him as one of the romantic leads and I hope to see him in more romantic comedies and I hope to see more romantic comedies like this.
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