SmackAMack’s Blog

February 18, 2009

He’s Just Not That Into You Review

Filed under: Uncategorized — smackamack @ 5:37 pm

he_s_just_not_that_into_you_movie_posterPlot: In Kwapis’ adaptation of Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo’s best-selling self-help book He’s Just Not That Into You follows the love lives of a dozen or so characters. Ginnifer Goodwin stars as Gigi, a young women attempting to understand the mixed signals she gets from the men she’s dating. She gets advice from a bar owner (Justin Long) who prides himself on understanding the ins and outs of the dating scene. Gigi’s co-worker Janine (Jennifer Connelly) finds herself involved in a major redecorating project with her husband, Ben (Bradley Cooper). Unbeknownst to Janine, Ben contemplates an affair with Anna (Scarlett Johansson), an attractive woman trying to make a career as a singer. Another of Gigi’s friends at work, Beth (Jennifer Aniston), enjoys a successful, healthy relationship with Neil (Ben Affleck), but storm clouds hover over them as he has no interest in getting married. Kris Kristofferson co-stars as Beth’s father. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

For all you girls out there who have read He’s Just Not that Into You (and if you have you better get off your f**king ass and buy it) this film is a must.  I didn’t think the film was anything revolutionary or new, but, it was really fun and sweet.  I thought they did a good job trying to stay true to the book (which is hard seeming its a self-help book).  

I give this film **** because its a great chick flick to see with your friends or boyfriend, easy to watch, good music, and good looking people to star at.  I recommend it for ages 12+.

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