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In this film, Uma Thurman is an expert who gives advice to callers of a radio programme. In The Truth about Cats and Dogs, she plays a model who pretends to be an expert who gives advice to callers on a radio show. See more »
When Emma leaves the Indian party she calls her father to pick her up. The henna tattoo on the hand holding the phone is red. In the bathroom scene both hands show only black tattoos. See more »
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This really is the rom-com version of painting by numbers...made by people who clearly can't count. Terrible script, bad acting (Uma is the main culprit and Colin Firth sleepwalks his way through it)...completely unrealistic characters.I found myself wondering how on earth this movie got the green light.It's got straight to DVD written all over it.
I couldn't believe the amount of quality actors who were in this. WHY - they must have known it was going to be a dog?
I know rom-coms are generally fluff by their nature, but this is rock bottom. If you like your movies to have any resemblance to how people actually behave in real life this will drive you insane.
Not funny and not romantic. My cat could have penned a better script.
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