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We're gonna starve.
Not if you like mustard.
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The more I watch this movie, the more I cannot stand the character of Megan
This was an interesting premise for what might have been a great funny romantic comedy...but the more I watch this movie, the more I can't stand the character of Megan.... She is the most irritating female romantic lead I have ever seen.... reminding me of every single passive-aggressive, direction-less and uninspiring gal I have ever known.... I mean if she was meant to be a bitchy sort of character, that aspect never came through correctly in the film.
She is not a strong person, or even focused... nothing in the exposition of her life tells me that she is a strong, modern woman.. and if that is what the movie is trying to go for, it falls super flat.
I find her character dull and plays a lot on the stereotypes of certain types of small-town girls....
Alec was okay. I think his humour and easy, lazy style saved his character and made things interesting to watch.
I think that the lead actors don't have a lot of screen chemistry. I mean, I can't feel the sizzle of on screen sex between them.
Some parts were pretty yawn inducing and I had to fast forward those bits...
As I said. it is a great premise.. could have been better with more interesting characters.... I mean I dun watch a movie to see everyday people... and these are some of the not so great examples of everyday people. The characters in particular need to be better thought out.
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