This is a movie that is actually saved by the Stars, Katherine Heigl & Josh Duhamel, and that doesn't happen very often (these 2 saving any movie that is). The movie is so cliché that you really don't get anything new except the combination of the two leads, and they look really good together. Everything about this movie is so "done before" for a Romantic Comedy, that you wonder if the Producers used "software" that automatically wrote, produced, & directed this movie for them, and all they had to do was punch in the names of the two lead characters. Sure, you know everything that's going to happen before it happens, but Heigl & Duhamel look so good together, that it's still worth watching. Even the soundtrack is "cookie-cutter", and leans more on the "bland" side, which is a bad thing, because you're actually not supposed to notice the soundtrack unless it's really good or bad. And then there's the "Title", which is sooo... forgettable, that if you went to the theater, and saw, "Life As We Know It", on the marquee you might think you were at night school for the Learning Annex. Someone, somewhere in the Marketing Dept., must be secretly laughing with great satisfaction, because they must have protested the use of this awful Title only to be ignored by the idiot boss.