Dan and Lorie are journalists working in the same office. More often than not they have opposing view of the issue in question. Deciding that this is hot stuff, a television producer gives them their own program (called "He Said, She Said") where they can give their opposing views on various issues. As they work together and get to know one another, the events that occur in their lives are replayed in the film twice; once from each's perspective.Written by
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Ken Kwapis and Marisa Silver are married, but weren't at the time the movie was made. They were then, like the film's two lead characters, boyfriend and girlfriend. According to Variety, the two got engaged during the film's production. See more »
When looking out the window from Wally's office we tug boats around the harbor. The WBAL TV station is located on Television hill in the Northwestern section of city nowhere near the harbor. See more »
Lou the Florist:
That's why God made other women. Because no matter how good a woman is, just around the corner may be a better one.
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A classic romantic comedy --one to watch more than once.
This is a delightful romantic comedy. It offers a really rare glimpse of Sharon Stone being funny, and a nice match up with Bacon and Perkins. I've watched it several times, and it always makes me laugh.
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