- Starring: Charlize Theron, Keanu Reeves
- Summary: Nelson (Reeves) and Sara (Theron) have nothing in common except an hour spent in DMV hell. Intrigued by each other, but not quite ready to commit, they settle on a rather unconventional courtship: a one-month trial, after which they'll go their separate ways. No expectations. No pressure. No strings attached. What neither of them counts on is falling in love. (Warner Brothers)… Expand
- Director: Pat O'Connor
- Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance
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ManishS10This is one of the best movie ever written and acted. You may not like it but it is the best movie for any "Human" being. Before anything else we are human beings. so being Human is being"with " love. always giving always caring always forgiving, No demanding etc etc. rest is the movie. frankly speaking I did not like the last few minutes. I think director spoiled it due to time limitation....Love infact does not know time. etc etc.....anyway take care and love you.… Expand
10The movie was ok, not something I would admire nor would recommend someone to watch.well, I felt Reeves overacted in few sections though he is a good actor.I could not digest series of events that followed since their first encounter. It was totally Illogical. Yes,it had emotions,but movie lacked balance of emotions and drama.Well, Nelson Moss (Keanu Reeves) should have called the police when Sara Deever (Charlize Theron) was irritating him.… Expand
IvanN9After looking through "professional" critic reviews, I finally understood why I like Chicago Tribune so much over other periodicals. The thing is that those guys at CT do have hearts and do understand that there is more to life than what you expect in an average, credit-backed, bubble-life.… Expand
KellM.8Great, great, great. I liked the beginning-it was needed to appreciate the ending.
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