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I Love You Too (2010)

A commitment-phobe and a New Ager buddy-up to win over the women of their respective dreams.

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A commitment-phobe and a New Ager buddy-up to win over the women of their respective dreams.

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All that is standing between them is four little words

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6 May 2010 (Australia)  »

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Bridie Carter, Brett Tucker and Marshall Napier worked together on the series Mcleods Daugters (2001) See more »

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When Charlie is waiting to have his book signed, all the photographers are not taking pictures but simply tripping their flash units on the cameras by pushing the button on the flash units. See more »

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Marie: You know that he just broke up with Alice...
Blake: I know, High five!
Marie: [Angered] Blake!
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underrated gem
30 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This one started out somewhat slowly, and -- as everyone seems to agree -- really got rolling when Peter Dinklage came along, but from there on I was really engrossed. Yes, some facets could have used more polishing; perhaps there were just too many characters and situations to fully flesh them all out satisfactorily, but given the genre-transcendent nature of the movie itself, it actually doesn't seem troubling to have a loose end here and there. Life is nothing if not occasionally sloppy and unpredictable.

The 3 "hot chicks" (rendered in quotes by me because it's a cringe-inducing cliché, not to evoke sarcasm) were quite lovely, and Alice so much so that it was difficult to imagine Jim truly waffling over her. She was too charming for that. Still, by the time the story played out, it made at least some more sense, and Jim did win me over eventually.

My one major complaint was that Jim's friend didn't explain to Alice what had really happened in the friend's place. (I'm leaving it vague to avoid spoiling it; if you've seen the movie you'll remember.) I don't understand that, and I don't understand why nobody else is complaining about it, either. Perhaps I missed something. As of now, I feel like that omission was for plot purposes, and it doesn't ring true.

Aside from that, I really enjoyed this movie a lot, especially Dinklage's typical show-stealing performance and the winsome heroines. There are some really good laughs and a lot of pathos here. 8/10.


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