Caroline from Laois, 06 May 2008
Quite funny, but too long I felt. Men will laugh at this too. Some bad male and female traits exposed here, yet we recognise most of them, others are just over exaggerated and that's just silly. Some scenes are a bit cringy cuz they don't seem very real, too extreme. However, you do like both characters and the other cast members could even be better than the 'stars'. Would watch again for some classic moments. It's harmless, but young teenagers etc won't really 'get it'. I'd say give it a go!
We all try it! make them see what they are missing
patricia from Galway, 06 Jun 2007
It was an ok film. it made you see the way there is a fine line between love and hate. some people just cant live together, and otheres dont relise realise what they have until they are about to loose it.
The woman like to show the man what they are missing, and the man likes to pretend that he is some hard nut that doesnt care.
not to show his own feelings
Better than expected
Maria from Meath, 13 Apr 2007
Initially I thought Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn? Are they trying to sell the movie based on the stars in it? But it was suprisingly acceptable chick flick and I agree with Mark that it has a pleasant twist ending. She's nothing like her Friends role, which is refreshing.
Joanne from Dublin, 30 May 2007
Is it me or is Jennifer Aniston annoying? This promised to be funny and didn't deliever. It was a bit crap! It's watchable but there's better out there to watch. If you're in the mood for Vince Vaughan watch the Wedding Crashers, far superior romantic comedy if you ask me!
John from Dublin, 13 Dec 2007
Worth a watch. Not a particular intelligent movie but it has it's moments and the charismatic leads make it easy to sit through. Mostly a chick flick but with a few laughs for the guys to hoot about.