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Personally i despise romantic comedies, because mostly they fail to deliver cinematic experiences, which might be the only reason i ever watch movies.
That being said, it was really hard for me to decide whether to watch this one, or not, and i am very happy that i did! (In my case, director + retarded crybaby friend made me do it.)
Truth be told, after the very first minute the film manages to suck you in with it's lightness and slender approach. Not that it ignites one's interest as a phoenix fire, but honestly, you'll be entertained enough to sit through. And sitting through this one is pure pleasure. Unforgettable atmosphere!
The movie actually is quite funny, and though the main character is a complete idiot, the presence of some pretty girls and professionally set scenery, will "help" you love the film.
Can't say much about the actors/actresses, their "ACTING" does not really come to one's mind after watching this film. What is magical in here, is the professional and "spot on" directing. Catching some amazing nuances in scenes will assure you that the creator of this movie is not an amateur.
Movie is simple, one sided, and epic in it's script. A very humane, magical and provokingly ruthless conclusion of a choppy eye-candy.
"In the end we are all what we are... Never more, ALWAYS LESS!"
Whether you are a fan of "Serious" (Pfff...) film making or pure entertainment, this one's recommended. Great piece of fun.
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