A LOT LIKE LOVE | Movie Reviews + Features | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper


Or a lot like half-a-dozen other romantic comedies you've already endured. Couple meets cute, spends whirlwind day together. They go their separate ways for the next seven years, only to coincidentally bump into each other and enjoy more sugary sweet and wacky dates (desert road trips, pancakes) that leave them secretly pining. The only reason they don't hook up once and for all is that this film is scheduled to run for 107 minutes. On the way to the inevitable, you can ponder Ashton Kutcher's slim appeal (he's like a very tall puppy), or the painfully unfunny Amanda Peet's bad wigs, or why director Nigel Cole ever thought yet another version of When Harry Met Sally had to be made.


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