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It's Not You, It's Me (2013)

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Serial commitment-phobe, Dave, is reeling from his decision to break up with his near perfect, now ex-girlfriend. As he tries to forget her, his battling inner voices come to life and cloud... See full summary »

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Nathan Ives

Writer:

Nathan Ives
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Ross McCall ... Dave
Joelle Carter ... Carrie
Vivica A. Fox ... Gina
Erick Avari ... Cedrick
Beth Littleford ... Sandy
Maggie Wheeler ... Dr. Clark
Daniel Berson ... Lee
Jake Elliott ... Billy
Aryeh-Or ... Neil (as Ary Katz)
Alex Petrovitch Alex Petrovitch ... Andrew
Jessica York Jessica York ... Leslie
Abby Miller ... Tracy
Darin Heames ... Ben
Alina Foley ... Phoebe
Nathan Ives ... Jeff
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Serial commitment-phobe, Dave, is reeling from his decision to break up with his near perfect, now ex-girlfriend. As he tries to forget her, his battling inner voices come to life and cloud his mind with conflicting desires. Meanwhile, Carrie's own disjointed inner voices push her to move on with someone less complicated. Sensing time is short, Dave embarks on a sincere and sometimes fumbled personal journey to conquer his fear of commitment. Written by Kerith Lemon

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Breaking Up With You. Soon.

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Comedy

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If you like Woody Allen, you will like this movie.
5 December 2013 | by brian-862-651084See all my reviews

My wife loves romantic comedies, so I get to see more of them than I might care to, but this one is worth watching. The characters are well developed, the dialogue is crisp and clever, and there's a palpable chemistry between the two leads. All of the actors are first rate, delivering the goods on several "laugh out loud" moments throughout the film. In particular, Ross McCall is excellent in the lead role, carrying the film from start to finish with the self-assured acting chops of just about any leading man you can think of.

I really look forward to seeing how Nathan Ives, the writer/director of It's Not You, It's Me, follows up on this project. He has a real ear for dialogue, reminding me of Woody Allen, if a bit more testosterone-driven and only slightly less neurotic.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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Mule Films See more »
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