No, I have not broken up with any one. I don’t have a significant other to break up with or from. That is an interesting observation. Is it break up with or break up from? Since I can always escape saying that I am an indian, I leave it to the pundits who read this to decide and inform me.
For some strange reason, two completely different and also disparate people thought that I would like to see this film. Having seen it, I still cannot figure out why they thought so.
“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
~ Leo Tolstoy.
And that is the message that this film conveys. The woman wants the man to change and the man wants the woman to change and change both do, but by the time that they do, it is too late.
I enjoyed watching Jennifer Aniston of ‘Friends’ in a movie role. I did not even know that she acts in movies but she did carry herself off well in the role.
Vince Vaughn plays his role with aplomb as he normally does. In my opinion, this role underutilises his talent. Remember his role in The Jurassic Park?
The end came as a huge surprise and was very well handled by the director.
One rather odd feature of the film is that there are not many scenes where you can see both Vaughn and Aniston together or close to each other. I wonder if this is due to the former being so much taller than she is!
Another feature of the film is that there is no scene like what is shown on the posters!
A pleasant way to pass an evening if nothing better is available. Since there is nothing extraordinary about this film I will give it a [rating=4] .