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In this film, Uma Thurman is an expert who gives advice to callers of a radio program. In The Truth About Cats & Dogs (1996) , she plays a model, who pretends to be an expert, who gives advice to callers on a radio show. See more »
When Richard and Emma are sitting on the bed near the start of the movie and he has just brought in some takeaway coffee, the coffee cups disappear and reappear during the scene, or change from being side-by-side to one being inside the other. See more »
You don't have to be so right all the time you know, it's okay to make a couple mistakes.
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If your standards are too high,than this is not just your cup of tea.
It is a simple romantic comedy about a Radio personality who, by the nature of her job, is giving advises to callers in her program about love and relationship.A anonymous-she caller asked for her advice about a forthcoming wedding in which she advised her to call it off.Trusting her,the girl swiftly did what she told,that leads to his groom to be revengeful.With a goal to let the Radio host taste her own medicine,the man play a plot that will ruin her life as she ruined his.Then cliché follows.
Th cast is strong.The plot is cute.But it did not give so much justice because of some intriguing flaw.It's very unreal and contemporary fairytale.Not to be taken seriously.
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