Wallace, who is burned out from a string of failed relationships, forms an instant bond with Chantry, who lives with her longtime boyfriend. Together, they puzzle out what it means if your best friend is also the love of your life.
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WHAT IF is the story of medical school dropout Wallace, who's been repeatedly burned by bad relationships. So while everyone around him, including his roommate Allan seems to be finding the perfect partner, Wallace decides to put his love life on hold. It is then that he meets Chantry an animator who lives with her longtime boyfriend Ben. Wallace and Chantry form an instant connection, striking up a close friendship. Still, there is no denying the chemistry between them, leading the pair to wonder, what if the love of your life is actually your best friend?Written by
When Wallace types an email to Chantry, we see that the username in his address is "championbeefcake." However, her computer screen shows that the email is from "championbeefcake1." See more »
What's the best case scenario?
Look, the one thing I like about getting married is that you get to stand up in front of everyone you care about and state for the record that you believe in the best case scenario.
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The beginning of the closing credits are done with Chantry's animations telling some of the story of the movie as well as some of the back story. See more »
Original/TIFF cut is appx 101 minutes, US cut is appx 98 minutes, and TIFF cut (PAL DVD) is appx 97 minutes (obviously due to PAL speedup differences). Comparing Australian PAL DVD (original/TIFF cut) to US Bluray (US cut), changes begin from AU version at appx 65:00, equivalent to US version at appx 65:13 :
"Lawn Bowls" reordered scene: AU @ 65:00-66:26 --> US @ 67:48
"Tearing list" scene: AU @ 66:54-67:00 --> deleted from US
"Chantry wandering around Dublin" scene: AU @ 67:04-67:15 --> deleted from US
"We're Just Friends" scene: AU @ 67:28-68:13 --> deleted from US (found as an extra on the retail disc)
"3 points" scene: US @ 69:33-69:38 --> deleted from AU
"Where is Chantry" reordered scene: AU @ 68:13-69:45 --> US @ 69:38-71:08
"Wallace going to Dublin" scene: AU @ 69:45-69:56 --> deleted from US
"Wallace landing in Dublin" reordered scene: AU @ 72:10-72:13 --> US @ 71:08-71:10
"Wallace waking up in Dublin on plane" scene: AU @ 72:13-72:24 --> deleted from US
"Wallace found unconscious" scene: AU @ 73:06-73:32 --> deleted from US
"Chantry's voicemail message to Wallace" alternate/reordered scene (shorter on US): US @ 72:00-72:10 --> uses AU @ 7427-7440 footage
"Chantry's voicemail message to Wallace" alternate & Wallace's voicemail message to Chantry" scenes: AU @ 73:32-74:08--> deleted from US
"Wallace leaving Ben's" same scene: AU @ 74:08-74:18 --> US @ 72:10-72:18
"Wallace departing Dublin" scenes: AU @ 74:15-74:27 and 74:40-75:00 --> deleted from US
"Landing at Toronto" same scene: AU @ 75:00-75:04 --> US @ 72:18-72:22
"Rushing to restaurant" scene: AU @ 75:04-75:15 --> deleted from US
"Outside restaurant" scene: AU @ 75:15 extended by appx 1 second
"New US ending" scene: US @ 87:05-90:40 --> not on AU (found as an extra on the retail disc). Scene is out of narrative order when compared to animated end credits, and should have been placed after animated credits.
Animated end credits are also somewhat different, and run at different speeds (outside PAL speedup): AU @ 90:00-94:37 --> US @ 90:40-93:19
it clearly appears that Daniel Radcliffe has completely got out of the harry potter's net so easy , i reckon it was only a year ago when he was just recognized as Harry, he's so freaking talented i'v seen him in Horn ,, gosh ... his reactions when he's irritated in the scene is priceless .. anyhow , the movie is great with new idea in romance, the comedy is fair but still when the romance presented it heightened the whole movie to a deeper level. the plot goes complicated more and more then things just get easy to be predicted until the end which is nice if i might say. casting Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver was prosperous, changing the rhythm of the scenes from funny to sad to funny to awkward to funny to romantic .. and so on was amazing directing and amazing writing . Hope to see more of these movies with a bit more comedy tho ;) especially for Mr.Radcliffe .
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