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I don't get it why people so undermine this movie. It was indeed predictable most of the time but come on, there were many moment of laughter.
I saw this movie with an ex girlfriend and we were seeing many moments we had on our first dates and we enjoyed to see it was inspired from real facts. Many of the comical situations do happen in real life and it really gets to you when you see it from outside.
The main plot may be a little exaggerated, how everything comes together but it's a classic date movie and you cannot have such high expectations from it.
The cast is OK, even though Jennifer Lopez is a little overpowered by her role, but she manages in the end to pull it of. Alex O'Loughlin is the perfect "I don't know if I want to be a father but I love this woman" guy and makes every moment a real delight.
Everyone gives it a 4 or 5, I give it an 8 because you can have a blast if you watch it with your girlfriend or ex.
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