Michael is a 'guardian angel' who appears when children need an invisible ('imaginary') friend until the birthday after his help worked. His charge from ages 5 to 10, would be-author Jane ... See full summary »
Jesse, in a moment of bold self-confidence, introduces herself to Ethan, a struggling writer. And then in walks Troy, and in a moment of bold self-confidence, he introduces himself to Jesse. Jesse falls in love with both men, who happen to have a lot in common but still seem very different. What will happen when Jesse has to tell the truth? Written by
Daryn Tufts, the writer and director, originally had a cameo in the movie, playing a waiter who recognizes the character of David and bothers him while he's eating. The confrontation was cut out of the film. However, part of David's reaction was kept for a montage in the final cut of the film, and Tufts' hand can still be seen patting David on the shoulder. See more »
During the middle of the film when Ethan is with Jessi at her apartment; right before Troy comes over. You see the plant behind her that Ethan had gotten her since she claimed to not own any. When the camera goes back to Ethan, you can clearly see another plant behind him. See more »
"My Girlfriend's Boyfriend" is just what a romantic comedy should be: cute, romantic, and funny. It's also incredibly clean. The writer/director didn't rely on any gross-out or sex humor; instead, the story was filled with genuinely funny moments. Especially watch for the gum commercial--I laughed out loud repeatedly (and am chuckling again as I think about it)! The leads do a great job, and Tom Lenk nearly steals the show as the main character's brother. This isn't your predictable chick flick; sure, you can probably guess who will end up together, but the route the movie took from point A to point B wasn't at all what I expected. I'm always on the lookout for movies I can recommend without reservation, and this is definitely one. Highly recommended!
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