Universal Pictures | Release Date: June 17, 2005
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JakeE.Nov 10, 2005
Duff sucked, as she does in all of her movies. Locklear sucked, everyone sucked. This movie sucks!
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MrMovieBuffDec 4, 2016
Hilary Duff is a charming and endearing person, and actress. She hit it big time with the "Lizzie Maguire" show, and that would be easy to understand that her career in films should be just as secure. I really had a strong dislike for theHilary Duff is a charming and endearing person, and actress. She hit it big time with the "Lizzie Maguire" show, and that would be easy to understand that her career in films should be just as secure. I really had a strong dislike for the movie 'A Cinderella Story' (2004) as it felt contrived, unfunny, and just overall, not worth the watch. This time, we head to a more cynical story than last time. Holly Hamilton (Hilary Duff) is moving houses with both her mother, Jean (Heather Locklier) and her little sister. Her mother seems to have a habit of constantly moving houses, and always looking for new boyfriends as she seems to struggle to make her mind up. When they finally move to their new house (again), Holly decides to try and impress her mother by sending gifts to her posing as some secret admirer. The man she decides that she wants her mother to be with is Ben (Chris Noth). Her mother may seem unimpressed at first, but after a while, the gifts start to work on her, and things seem to hit it off. There is nothing more to talk about this movie, this is on my list of movies that I would never recommend, and would vow others not to see. There is absolutely no reason as to why anyone should waste their time watching this... it is neither funny, nor clever, or charming. It is an empty movie, filled with cynicism than charm. Expand
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