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One of them is lying. So is the other.
Benjamin Barry is an advertising executive and ladies' man who, to win a big campaign, bets that he can make a woman fall in love with him in 10 days. Andie Anderson covers the "How To" beat for "Composure" magazine and is assigned to write an article on "How to Lose a Guy in 10 days." They meet in a bar shortly after the bet is made. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Kate Hudson ... Andie Anderson

Matthew McConaughey ... Ben Barry

Kathryn Hahn ... Michelle Rueben

Annie Parisse ... Jeannie

Adam Goldberg ... Tony

Thomas Lennon ... Thayer

Michael Michele ... Judy Spears

Shalom Harlow ... Judy Green

Robert Klein ... Phillip Warren

Bebe Neuwirth ... Lana Jong

Samantha Quan ... Lori
Justin Peroff ... Mike

Celia Weston ... Glenda

James Murtaugh ... Jack

Archie MacGregor ... Uncle Arnold

John DiResta ... Joey Sr.
Scott Benes ... Joey Jr.
Zachary Benes ... Joey Jr.

Rebecca Harris ... Dora

Liliane Montevecchi ... Mrs. DeLauer
James Mainprize ... Mr. DeLauer

William Hill ... DeLauer Security

Georgia Craig ... Receptionist Candi

Tony Longo ... Sensitive Moviegoer
Warner Wolf ... Warner Wolf
Doug Murray ... Mark Sawyer

Natalie Brown ... Mrs. Sawyer

Andrew Moodie ... Poker Pal Ronald

David Macniven ... Poker Pal Francis (as David MacNiven)
Jeff Gruich ... Poker Pal Joe
William Duell ... Old Concession Worker

Ross Gallo ... Young Concession Worker

Gina Sorell ... Vegetarian Waitress
Diego Fuentes ... Kitchen Worker

Ingrid Hart ... Mullen's Hostess

Al Bernstein ... Party Waiter

Marvin Hamlisch ... Marvin Hamlisch
Collin Barrett ... Orchestra
Bruce Farquhar ... Orchestra
Rod MacDonald ... Orchestra
Bob Reeves ... Orchestra
Gery Soles ... Orchestra
Jim Paris ... Orchestra
Frank Penny ... Orchestra

Marv Albert ... The Voice of the New York Knicks (voice)
Randy Kerdoon ... Court Announcer (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ames Adamson ... (unconfirmed)

Craig Castaldo ... Himself (uncredited)

Dono Cunningham ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Paul Huggett ... Blind date (uncredited)
Julie McLeod ... Gala Guest (uncredited)

Jody Raymond ... Friend (uncredited)

David C. Roehm Sr. ... Motorist (uncredited)

Michael Sercerchi ... Waiter (uncredited)

Directed by
Donald Petrie 
Writing credits
Michele Alexander (book) and
Jeannie Long (book)

Kristen Buckley (screenplay) &
Brian Regan (screenplay) and
Burr Steers (screenplay)

Produced by
Robert Evans .... producer
Elizabeth Joan Hooper .... associate producer
Lynda Obst .... producer
Christine Peters .... producer
Robin Prybil .... associate producer
Richard Vane .... executive producer
Brian Alexander .... associate producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
David Newman (original score by)
Cinematography by
John Bailey (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Debra Neil-Fisher 
Casting by
Andrew S. Brown 
Gail Levin 
Production Design by
Thérèse DePrez 
Costume Design by
Karen Patch 
Makeup Department
Kathryn Blondell .... hair stylist: Ms. Hudson, New York
Linda Dowds .... makeup artist: Toronto
Bernadette Mazur .... key makeup artist: New York
Francesca Paris .... key hair stylist: New York
Ronnie Specter .... makeup artist: Ms. Hudson, New York
Vincent Sullivan .... hair stylist: Toronto
Production Management
Jim Powers .... production manager (as James Powers)
Harvey Waldman .... unit production manager
Nan Morales .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joan G. Bostwick .... second second assistant director: New York (as Joan Bostwick)
Tyler Delben .... third assistant director: Toronto
Stuart Feldman .... second assistant director
Jack Gill .... second unit director: New York
Terriel Ham .... second assistant director: New York, second unit
Grant Lucibello .... second assistant director
Mike Manzato .... dga trainee: Toronto
Francisco Ortiz .... dga trainee: New York
Ellen H. Schwartz .... first assistant director
Robert E. Warren .... first assistant director: New York, second unit (as Robert Warren)
Odette Blanch .... assistant director (uncredited)
Jennifer Haufler .... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
David Orin Charles .... on-set dresser: Toronto
Jaro Dick .... set decorator: Toronto
Matt Duncan .... property master: New York, second unit
Nick Evans .... set decorator: New York (as Nicholas Evans)
James C. Feng .... art director: New York (as James Feng)
Brandt Gordon .... art director: Toronto
Derrick Kardos .... art department coordinator: New York
Jonathan Kovacs .... assistant property master: Toronto
Martin Lasowitz .... property master: New York
Keri Lederman .... assistant property master: New York
John Mackenzie .... construction coordinator: Toronto (as John MacKenzie)
Charles E. McCarry .... assistant art director: New York (as Charles McCarry)
Brenda McClennin .... prop master/buyer: Toronto
Don McQueen .... set dresser: Toronto
Nick Miller .... construction coordinator: New York (as Nicholas Miller)
Robert G. Pearson .... construction foreperson: Toronto
Reet Puhm .... scenic artist: Toronto
Dave Reardon .... lead person: New York
Vic Rigler .... property master: Toronto
John 'Butch' Rose .... lead person: Toronto (as John Rose)
Corinna Schmitt-Porsia .... art department coordinator: Toronto
Evan Webber .... set designer: Toronto
Colin Woods .... assistant art director: Toronto
Frances Catalano .... best boy construction grip (uncredited)
John Davis .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Avril Dishaw .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Daren Dochterman .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Jonathan Graham .... key construction grip: New York (uncredited)
Joseph Helmreich .... art assistant (uncredited)
Alexandra Hooper .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Erin Manigault .... set dresser (uncredited)
James Pesce .... set dresser (uncredited)
James Sadek .... shop craft foreman (uncredited)
Jeff Smith .... art department apprentice (uncredited)
Paul Vernon .... carpenter (uncredited)
Danielle Webb .... set dresser (uncredited)
Robert Zorella .... construction office coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Anna Behlmer .... re-recording mixer
David Boulton .... adr mixer
Anne Couk .... assistant sound editor
Scott Curtis .... foley editor
Victor Ray Ennis .... assistant sound editor
Tammy Fearing .... adr editor
Julie Feiner .... adr editor
Paul Flinchbaugh .... assistant sound editor
Marty Frasu .... sound consultant
Douglas Ganton .... sound mixer: Toronto
Laura Graham .... adr editor
Robin Harlan .... foley artist
Matthew Harrison .... foley editor (as Matt Harrison)
Ethan Holzman .... assistant sound editor
Michael Kamper .... sound effects editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Randy Kelley .... sound effects editor
Toussaint Kotright .... cable person: New York
Susan Kurtz .... dialogue editor
Tod A. Maitland .... sound mixer: New York (as Todd Maitland)
Ron Meredith .... assistant sound editor
Sarah Monat .... foley artist
Andy Nelson .... re-recording mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Michele Perrone .... supervising adr editor
Vic Radulich .... dialogue editor
Alan Rankin .... sound design editor
Moshe Saadon .... cable person: Toronto
Michael Scott .... boom operator: New York
Randy Singer .... foley mixer (as Randy K. Singer)
Frank Smathers .... supervising sound editor (as Frank T. Smathers)
Mark P. Stoeckinger .... supervising sound editor
Mike Szakmeister .... dialogue editor (as Michael Szakmeister)
Reynald Trudel .... boom operator: Toronto
James Wright .... sound consultant: Dolby
Linda Folk .... adr editor (uncredited)
Craig Heath .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Michael Paterson .... daily sound transferer (uncredited)
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
J.C. Brotherhood .... special effects supervisor: New York
Ray McMillan .... front projection (uncredited)
Rob Sanderson .... special effects director (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Victor DiMichina .... digital imaging supervisor: Pixel Magic (as Victor Dimichina)
Cynthia Hyland .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
Bonnie Kanner .... executive producer: Pixel Magic
Kevin Kipper .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
George Macri .... visual effects producer: Pixel Magic
John R. McConnell .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
Ray McIntyre Jr. .... visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic (as Raymond McIntyre Jr.)
Brad Moylan .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
Patrick Murphy .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
Ray Scalice .... general manager: Pixel Magic
Kevin Struckman .... digital artist: Pixel Magic
John T. Van Vliet .... visual effects supervisor
Randall Balsmeyer .... visual effects (uncredited)
J. John Corbett .... visual effects (uncredited)
Michael Curtis .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jason Hill .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Josh Novak .... lead compositor: main title sequence (uncredited)
Reid Paul .... digital effects supervisor (uncredited)
Juan Carlos Vargas .... visual effects (uncredited)
John Cenatiempo .... stunt coordinator: New York
Jack Gill .... supervising stunt coordinator
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator: Toronto
Mark Norby .... stunts
Jodi Michelle Pynn .... stunts
Rick Miller .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark Norby .... stunt double: Matthew McConaughey (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Rico Omega Alston .... video assist operator: New York (as Rico Alston)
Tom Anderson .... assistant chief lighting technician: New York (as Thomas Anderson)
James Boniece .... first company rigging grip: New York (as Jim Boniece)
Bernie Branston .... electrician: Toronto
David Breeze .... chief lighting technician: Toronto
Paul Candrilli .... second company grip: New York
Michael Carr .... film loader: Toronto
Andrew Cheung .... grip: New York
John Clifford .... still photographer: New York
Angelo Colavecchia .... camera operator: Toronto
Mark Cyre .... first assistant camera: Toronto
Tim Davis .... video assist operator: Toronto
David M. Dunlap .... director of photography: New York, second unit (as Dave Dunlap)
Gordon Eldridge .... chief rigging electrician: Toronto
Tony Eldridge .... assistant chief lighting technician: Toronto
Ken Ferris .... camera operator: New York
Ian Foulds .... assistant chief rigging electrician: Toronto
Michael Gibson .... still photographer: Toronto
Amanda Hudson .... second assistant camera: New York
Kevin Janicelli .... chief lighting technician: New York
Adam Johnson .... film loader: New York
Mike Kirilenko .... first company grip: Toronto
Andrew Kunszt .... grip: Toronto
Bernie Lalonde .... first company rigging grip: Toronto
Marvin Macina .... electrician: Toronto
Bobby Mancuso .... first assistant camera: New York
Charlie Marroquin .... first company grip: New York
Rick Marroquin .... dolly grip operator: New York
Jim McConkey .... Steadicam operator: New York
Mike Moyer .... chief lighting technician: New York
Rocco Palmieri .... chief rigging electrician: New York
Ron Renzetti .... dolly grip operator: Toronto
Edward A. Robinson Jr. .... grip: New York (as Edward Robinson)
Don Rose .... second company rigging grip: Toronto
Johnny Santiago .... grip: New York
Andrew Sweeney .... grip: New York
Neil Trafford .... first assistant camera: Toronto
Samuel Turturici .... grip: Toronto (as Sam Turturici)
Ron Yolevsky .... second company grip: Toronto
Will Arnot .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Terrence C. Burke .... grip (uncredited)
William Engel .... grip (uncredited)
John Geisler .... electrician (uncredited)
James Harker .... generator operator (uncredited)
Timothy Healy .... electrician: New York (uncredited)
Gregory F. Johnson .... grip: New York (uncredited)
Todd S. Klein .... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
Chris Lombardozzi .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Thomas McGrath Woods .... grip (uncredited)
Mark Penney .... camera trainee (uncredited)
Darren Ryan .... 24 frame video operator (uncredited)
Jens Sturup .... camera operator: "b" camera (uncredited)
Joshua Van Praag .... electrician (uncredited)
Greg Williams .... video supervisor (uncredited)
Chris Zizzo .... additional electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Robin D. Cook .... casting: Canada
Sylvia Fay .... extras casting: New York
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Nicole Hilliard-Forde .... casting associate: Canada
Zameret Kleiman .... extras casting: Toronto
Barbara J. McCarthy .... casting associate: New York
Jennifer Murdocca .... casting assistant: New York
Andrew Fox .... casting associate: NY (uncredited)
Lee Genick .... extras casting (uncredited)
Sara Kay .... casting assistant: Canada (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Andrews .... costume supervisor: New York (as Amelia Andrews)
Jay Du Boisson .... assistant costume designer: Toronto
Sharon Globerson .... assistant costume designer: New York
Cheryl Kilbourne-Kimpton .... costume supervisor: New York
Lydia Marks .... assistant costume designer: New York
Mia Sturup .... costume supervisor: Toronto
Christina Cattle .... costumer: Matthew McConaughey (uncredited)
Charles C. Crutchfield .... costumer (uncredited)
Renee Fontana .... costumer: Ms. Hudson (uncredited)
Askia Won-Ling Jacob .... costumer (uncredited)
Rosemary Lepre .... costume shopper (uncredited)
Anita Simard .... wardrobe truck supervisor (uncredited)
Kate Southern .... key costumer (uncredited)
Meg Thornton .... costume ager/dyer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
David S. Clark .... assistant editor: New York
Rick Derby .... assistant editor: New York
Patrick J. Don Vito .... additional editor: New York
Mike Milliken .... color timer
Chad Rubel .... apprentice editor: New York
David Tarnawsky .... assistant editor: Toronto
Donald Freeman .... final colorist (uncredited)
Sarah Ogletree .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Michael Toll .... telecine assistant (uncredited)
Location Management
Jeffrey Angel .... assistant location manager: New York
Will Hoddinott .... location manager: Toronto
Sam Hutchins .... location manager: New York
Mark McFadden .... assistant location manager: Toronto
Keith Adams .... location assistant (uncredited)
Robert Cavalluzzo .... location assistant (uncredited)
Graham Goetz .... location assistant (uncredited)
Damon Michael Gordon .... location scout (uncredited)
Ron Gwynne .... location scout (uncredited)
Mark Moore .... location scout (uncredited)
Vernon Rodriquez .... location assistant (uncredited)
Susan Silas .... location scout (uncredited)
Music Department
Bruce Botnick .... music mixer
Bruce Botnick .... music recordist
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Greg Dennen .... music recordist (as Greg Dennon)
Mark Eshelman .... scoring crew
Marc Gebauer .... scoring crew
Tanya Noel Hill .... music editor
Gregory Jamrok .... orchestrator (as Greg Jamrok)
Dana Millman .... music supervisor (as Dana Millman-Dufine)
David Newman .... conductor
Krystyna Newman .... scoring consultant
Jay Selvester .... scoring crew
Andrew Silver .... music editor
Jojo Villanueva .... music coordinator
Stephen Lotwis .... music editor: temp music (uncredited)
Norman Ludwin .... bass (uncredited)
Norman Ludwin .... musician (uncredited)
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist (uncredited)
Patrick Russ .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Andrew Silver .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Kevin Flynn .... transportation captain: New York
Glenn Hughes .... picture car captain
Stuart Mitchell .... transportation captain: Toronto
Edward O'Donnell .... transportation coordinator: New York (as Eddie O'Donnell)
Dave Staples .... transportation coordinator: Toronto
William L. Tataryn .... directors driver: Donald Petrie (uncredited)
Other crew
Vicki Adams .... production secretary: New York
Amanda Alden .... assistant production coordinator: Toronto
Elizabeth S. Barton .... assistant: Ms. Hudson, New York (as Elizabeth Barton)
Jackie Brandwein .... medic: New York (as Jacqueline Brandwein)
Al Cerullo .... helicopter pilot
John C. Chaney .... assistant: Mr. McConaughey, New York (as John Chaney)
Kathy Cossu .... medic: New York (as Kathleen Cossu)
Jennifer Crammer .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Kevin Drysdale .... production assistant: Toronto
Julie Garneau .... assistant: Ms. Obst, Toronto (as Julie Anne Garneau)
Peter Hagist .... production assistant: New York
Marie-Claude Harnois .... production coordinator: Toronto
Patti Hawn .... unit publicist: New York
Susan Humphrey .... animal handler: dogs, New York
Mindy May Jenkins .... first assistant auditor: Toronto
Stacey Kelly .... set production assistant
Cory Koller .... assistant: Mr. Petrie, New York (as Cory Claffey-Koller)
Vicky Middleton .... second assistant auditor: Toronto (as Vicky Mitakidis)
Kristy Mitchell .... production assistant: Toronto
Elizabeth J. Nevin .... production coordinator: New York
Matt Osgood .... production assistant: New York (as Matthew Osgood)
Nadia Paine .... assistant: Mr. Vane, New York
Elizabeth Palmer .... production assistant: New York
Leslie Pincus .... assistant: Ms. Obst, New York
Ali Powell .... assistant: Mr. Petrie, New York
Antonia Proscia .... first assistant auditor: New York
Wendy Lee Roberts .... script supervisor: New York, second unit (as Wendy Roberts)
Ira Rosenberg .... production assistant: Toronto
Randy Tat .... production associate: New York
Lynne Twentyman .... script supervisor: New York
Matilde Valera .... production auditor: New York
Doug Webster .... production assistant: New York
Gordon Weiske .... assistant: Mr. Petrie, Toronto
Greg Wood .... medic: Toronto
Morris Assouline .... production assistant (uncredited)
Patricia Hanley Cumming .... on-set supervisor (uncredited)
Michelle Dunton .... script researcher (uncredited)
Greg Ferris .... marketing canada (uncredited)
Daniel Fine .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Jay Floyd .... clearance administrator (uncredited)
Kendra Levenberg .... craft service (uncredited)
Jason McLeod .... production assistant (uncredited)
Matt Metras .... production assistant: second unit (uncredited)
David Milhous .... studio team (uncredited)
David Bryan Nash .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Emre Ozpirincci .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Gregory J. Pawlik Jr. .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Wayne Petrucelli .... security: Kate Hudson, New York (uncredited)
Dana Reznik .... photo double: Kate Hudson (uncredited)
Dana Reznik .... stand-in: Kate Hudson (uncredited)
Eugene Stamos .... craft service (uncredited)
Trish 'The Dish' Stanard .... set production assistant: New York (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated PG-13 for some sex-related material
116 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Brazil:12 | Finland:S | Germany:0 (w) | Hong Kong:IIA | Iceland:L | Malaysia:18SX | New Zealand:PG | Norway:A | Norway:12 (TV rating) | Peru:Apt | Philippines:PG-13 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:T | Sweden:Btl | Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Zurich) | Switzerland:12 (canton of the Grisons) | UK:12A | USA:PG-13 (certificate #39576)

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Continuity: When Andie runs out of the party and Ben follows her out there is a man coming out right behind him in one shot. In the next he's not out the door yet, then he's coming out the door in the next shot.See more »
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Jeannie Ashcroft:[reading] "And only then will the people of Tajikistan know true and lasting peace." Andie, it's brilliant. It's really moving. But it's never going to appear in Composure Magazine.
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139 out of 164 people found the following review useful.
A film not worthy of all these bad on and I'll explain., 4 July 2004
Author: Scaramouche2004 from Coventry, England

So its fluffy and predictable. It's unrealistic and sickly sweet. Who cares...this film pretends to be nothing more than what it is intended to be. Light romantic comedy.

Since stars like Cary Grant, Kathrine Hepburn and Irene Dunne, lit up our cinema screens in the 1930's with films like The Awful Truth, Bringing up Baby and My Favorite Wife, Hollywood and of course the movie going public have reserved a special place in their hearts for RomComs, screwballs and battle of the sexes comedies.

Identical plots, Identical jokes but none the less jokes and plots that will never go out of style and will always be relevant in any age or location, whether it be New York of the 30's or New York in the present day.

Hollywood has always worked on the basis that they stick to what has been tried and tested and has proved to work, that is why with a small plot change and a rehash of old jokes and situations they are able to reinvent their movies for a new generation of film buffs. It was through this formula that Doris Day and friends were able to continue RomCom history throughout the 60's and every one of them box office winners.

A recent example of this would be Down With Love starring Ewan McGregor and Rene Zelwegger. Who could not see plot comparisons to Pillow Talk or Lover Come Back? Yet it did not make this film any less enjoyable. Our entertainment lies in seeing our actors of the day fill the roles of the great actors of yesterday and how the scripts and jokes are adapted and told within a backdrop of 21st century life etc.

Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson made this film with impeccable comic timing and enjoyable performances. Of course with Goldie Hawn for a mother, Hudson comes straight from comic stock so I would have been disappointed if she failed to meet the challenge but she didn't. Some of her facial expressions and mannerisms almost had me convinced I was watching an old episode of "Laugh In"

McConaughey also held his own and proved himself to be a gifted comic as he did in the Wedding Planner.

This plot seemed quite original and as a battle of the sexes comedy, they seldom come as good as this. Again the formula was followed and we were under no illusion on what the final outcome would be, but their journey to this ultimate destination is what we find entertaining.

This type of film has been popular for seventy plus years and their simularities are what makes them so. Instead of slamming some of the predecessors and appreciate their origins.

Be thankful they are still making these types of movies today as in an era which is threatening to be devoured by action thrillers, fantasy adventure and shoot 'em ups this seems to be the only diversity left in motion pictures.

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