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The Trouble with Men and Women (2005)

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After a failed romance, Matt dates a string of women and falls for his mate?s girlfriend in his quest to understand the opposite sex.

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After a failed romance, Matt dates a string of women and falls for his mate?s girlfriend in his quest to understand the opposite sex.

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Love is like an aspirin, it takes the pain away but the headache always comes back

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$375 (USA) (11 August 2006)

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$614 (USA) (11 August 2006)
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fun but instantly forgettable
11 October 2007 | by (sacramento, ca) – See all my reviews

fairly watchable low budget film by first time writer/director Tony Fisher.

Joseph Mcfadden(matt) is good in the lead role as the heartbroken guy still pining over his ex-girlfriend who left him to go New York. He hangs around a lot with his best mate Vinnie and his bird and without giving anything away, their relationships are all tested later in the movie.

This was shot more as a docu-drama and its good to see scenes in locations you don't normally see in London like on the tube and in various dive pubs. Matthew Delamere as Vinnie likes to think of himself as some sort of pseudo-intellectual and there is a lot of posturing about life and love interspersed with a couple of one night stands that Matt has.

All-in-all, a fun but instantly forgettable film that never takes itself too seriously and is only 75 minutes long so doesn't have time to get long winded and bogged down.


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