The plot felt kind of half-baked and too easily resolved. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it.
This was absolutely not what I was expecting it to be. It was much, much better. It's the best I've ever seen Keira Knightley, she was completely charming and Mark Ruffalo was excellent as usual. Plus, I'm always thrilled to see James Corden getting film work.
A real feel-good treat that I'd recommend to anybody.
This is another one of those films that I was excited about that seemed to vanish without trace. I'm glad I finally managed to find somewhere to watch this. I have just graduated from university and have no idea what I'm going to do next so I found it easy to relate with Amy. I expected to find her annoying, but she was sort of endearing, if a little bit naive. It's not the best coming of age movie, but it's pretty entertaining.
(+1 star for John Cusack being an absolute bastard, I loved it)