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He's Just Not That Into You
Are you the exception...or the rule?
Remember that really cute guy who said he'd call...and didn't? Maybe he lost your number. Maybe he's in the hospital. Maybe he's awed by your beauty, brains or success. Or maybe He's Just Not That into You.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
He’s Just Not That Into You seems to consist of two types of women, and in my recent foray into these mind meltingly hideous chick-flicks they seem to be standard - the neurotic stalker and the bitch. Some even multitask (because only women can) and manage to be a scary obsessive and self-obsessed bitch. Whilst it is an ensemble film, I guess to show the whole spectrum of fabulous womanhood (it's almost enough to turn you gay), the main focus is on a girl called Gigi. I assume her shtick is supposed to be endearing or her problems universal but she comes across as Annie Wilkes' even more psychotic younger sister. You could stick her character in a horror film…
I'm afraid there aren't enough words to describe all the things that are wrong with this movie, but here is a list of some of them:
1. The story is more sexist than a vacuum cleaner-commercial from the fifties.
2. The characters have less personality than lego bricks.
3. The dialogue is more annoying than the sound of a billion alarm clocks ringing.
4. The characters are more stereotypical than Barbie and Ken.
5. The whole movie is about as fun as tonsillitis.
6. The guy from Entourage is in it.
My youngest daughter kept me awake this night as she couldn't sleep.
This was the only thing flying around on the myriad of TV channels at my disposal.
So essentially she made me watch this.
Her inheritance will be halved.
Nothing to say about the film then?
It's as bad as the title if it had been a porn movie.
(And that joke doesn't even come close to how sexist this film is)
When I watched this, I swore I would never put myself through the torture again.
Twice. Twice I've seen it now.
Or you are either into this movie at the beginning or you are not into it at all from the opening scene when all the characters are introduced with intersecting love stories. I was into it from the very beginning thanks to interisting characters and a wide range of relationships (married couples, long term relationships, and dating). I know this is a chick flick, but it has some very funny scenes as well, and the characters are more complex and not one dimensional as is the case with most chick flicks. But most importantly this movie dos not have the cliche finale in which everyone ends up together (although it is the case with most of the characters in this…
Damnit, this is another film that I will reluctantly have to add to my guilty pleasure list.
Starring a pretty decent cast ensemble, including Scarlett Johansson, Bradley Cooper, Justin Long, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, and Drew Barrymore, He’s Just Not That Into You is another one of those overly cliché rom-coms with so many characters and story lines that, despite how rubbish it may be, you'll more than likely find something to relate to.
Although the characters aren't particularly likeable, they are all so entirely over-exaggerated that there will be some small part of their obsessive personalities that you will undoubtedly see in yourself. That's this films one main quality - looking at a number of different relationships…
@amy dunne what do you think about this movie
What a sad image of women this film gives, I actually felt a little insulted. Seriously, this rates really high on the list of most sexist films ever made.
Its always fun to watch a file with myspace references. But all jokes aside this move touched on some interesting conflicts a average relationship runs into in the modern age. I found it very interesting how many fresh points a movie could make about the complexities of telephone etiquette. My favorite part of the film was Bradly Coupers de-evolution and destruction. Threw the movie he is ungrateful for his current life and yet unwilling to part with it. He is also unable to make any real changes without floundering in a gray area until something forces his hand. This leads to a ridiculously traumatizing scene that which in the end leave his character exposed and defeated.
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idk it wasn't that good, but it was entertaining.
Two hours. Sexist. Boring white characters. Wow, I didn't know a movie could be this bad.
“Would I be Al Pacino in this scenario?”
When I sat down to watch He's Just Not That Into You, it was to try and get a bit more experience with the romcom-genre and after sitting through this garbage it feels as an experience I much rather would forget. With a classic tons-of-characters-with-individual-but-connecting-stories it serves some interesting views of how things connect and at its core it seems as it's trying to talk about something interesting, even if that fails miserably.
See, He's Just Not That Into You takes a stab against the patriarchal idea that boys harass girls as a way to show their interest - but it feels like the most forced pseudo-feminist message, seeing how the movie…
It killed time on a 16 hour flight to South Africa and Scarlett Johansson looked good in this movie.
It's a pretty standard rom-com-- entertaining while you're watching it but its not anything new or unique. A good movie to watch to pass the time but not much more.
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