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.
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)
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
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.
When I watched this, I swore I would never put myself through the torture again.
Twice. Twice I've seen it now.
This plotless jumbled mess of a 'movie' relies solely on its agglomeration of star power, an unconditionally dire mistake in film-making. Its blinded far-reaching stabs at humor left me completely unscathed. This film's sentiment towards dating is contrived and far-flung from any aspect of truth; a 15 year old without the slightest comprehension of love could tear through these falsehoods. 'He's Just Not That Into You' is an abomination. Within thirty minutes, my detestation of it left me clawing for the stop button, condemning it forever.
I'm Just Not That Into It.
Damnit, this is another film that I will reluctantly have to add to my guilty pleasure list.
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If you need love lessons, you're bound to remain a student forever - but nobody told the female protagonists of this film. Loosely intertwined love stories surprisingly prove less fluffy than usual, but don't get your expectations too high.
Idly watched this on US TV in the hotel room; inoffensive enough, but seriously, I think The Female Audience deserves more flavour than this bland mush.
A bit shallow in places, but easy to watch. The plot threads tie together nicely.
Film is way too cheesy but works because of its charming ensemble. Watch it if you are a fan of silly, lovey-dovey rom-coms.
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I'm not just not into this.
I hate this film, but for some reason I love Ginnifer Goodwin; she makes terrible films, that I will continue to re-watch.