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Breakin' All the Rules
When it comes to getting dumped... He wrote the book.
Inspired by his fiancée (who dumped him), a man publishes a break-up handbook for men, becoming a bestselling author in the process.
Had it not been the fascinatingly awful choices of millennium attires and fashion styles, this wouldn't look too out of place in the 30's. Quick witted, and gestural. It's one of the most underrated screwball comedies of the 21st century.
Quincy Watson, after being unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée, pens a "how to" book on breaking up and becomes a best-selling author on the subject. Not wanting his male friends to suffer the same fate, he gives them advice on dumping their mates. A comedy of errors ensues.
Not to be confused with the Canadian sex comedy of the 1980's.
This film stars Jamie fox and Gabrielle Union who have general chemistry when they are on-screen together.
This is a nice light romantic comedy that manages to serve both sides of it's genre. It’s light and funny and yet offers no theories or is threatening to either sex and their ideologies.
The film moves at a quick pace with the…
Movie started out funny, but quickly became an unfunny mess. Foxx was decent, but the story around him is just going off in all different directions and doesn't give things proper time to breath.
Yes Union, Esposito and adorable Jill Ritchie give the film a lot of great eye candy, but I just didn't get into it.
The old man was funny.