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A humorous and insightful look into the many different relationships we all can relate to in some form or another.
This is a great date movie. Everyone will be able to relate to this movie, married or single. I couldn't decide which relationship was most like one I've had or the one I am in. My boyfriend and I just kept pointing at each other throughout the movie, taking turns saying, "you do that" or "I'm sorry, do I do that?" Great title, very suiting. The acting was very impressive. It was nice to see a movie that was filmed in Vancouver that didn't pretend to be taking place in another city, like Seattle, a very common occurrence. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie not only because it was very real and not afraid to be truthful, but because it also shared the humour in all the craziness we call love. Really great writing. Skeptical as he was going in, my boyfriend also enjoyed this movie, much to my happy surprise. I highly recommend seeing this movie.
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