He's Just Not That Into You

2009

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

147
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 145596

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by synsueson 4 / 10

I wanted to slap them all upside the head

I have just come from this movie. When will I learn not to pay money to see movies like this? When will directors learn that a good ensemble movie is very hard to make? Where is Robert Altman when you need him? I found it extremely hard to relate to or to find sympathy for the characters. Some of their actions were so unbelievably stupid that I just wanted to smack them. And what shallow lives they lived! Work, bar-hopping and texting. Character development was equally shallow. What epiphany did the Justin Long character undergo to realize that he was really "into" the Ginnifer Goodwin character? One confused meeting with the wait staff does not an epiphany make. The same goes for the Jennifer Aniston character realizing what a catch Ben Affleck's character was. So he washed some dishes. And why did he suddenly want to marry her....Because she suddenly didn't want to??? I would have thrown that engagement ring at his head. And what did the Jennifer Connelly character ever see in that wishy-washy (although good-looking) chump of a husband? The Scarlett Johansson character needed some serious therapy for that self-involvement problem of hers (or maybe a good slap upside the head). I guess the best thing about the movie is that it has given me a forum to write just how lackluster it was. I guess that will have to do.

Reviewed by mubaristc 10 / 10

How that can be so perfect ending for all of them?

It was a amazing movie and wonderful cast. And it was about how some sort of people s from different situations are being in the relationships. do they like it? or what if they don't? how they are comfortable with that? some thing like that. Totally in my opinion ts was a kind of movie you would say after watching that ,it was the perfect ending for it or for all of the five women's and 4 men's.

And i just love Barrymore.

Reviewed by sunriseinyoureyes 7 / 10

An entertaining star-studded romcom with probably one too many story lines.

Overall I thought the acting was convincing and the writing was often insightful in its exploration of relationship dynamics, courtship conventions, and the unknowable fate of attraction. There were a few scenes of syrupy sentimentality and spoon-fed irony whose cringeworthiness was just bearable due to the scenes overtly climactic intent. But there were other intentionally uncomfortable scenes that accomplished exactly what they were meant to; I occasionally found myself hand over mouth or peaking at the screen through thin-split fingers. Given the number of story lines, there inevitably was more breadth than depth here (compensated for by the 2 hour length), but the characters were still relatable enough to sympathize with.

A quick overview of the characters: couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Aniston struggle with terms of commitment and how to move forward in a 7 year relationship. Bradley Cooper and Kristin Connelly second-guess the authenticity of their feelings toward each other years after their young and naïve marriage, now under the additional stress of a charming vixen outsider Scarlett Johansson who is basically looking for herself while dabbling in other people, namely Kevin Connolly (the quintessential nice guy who's missing something). Drew Barrymore is a somewhat spacey singleton looking for love on the internet. Justin long is a shallow, yet practiced lady's man who serves, kind of oddly, as counselor to our protagonist Ginnifer Goodwin, a high-strung yet sincere hopeless romantic frantically looking for her soul mate wherever she can.

This movie was entertaining for sure. Not sure if there were any lessons or messages to take home in addition to the usual be honest with yourself and others. All considered, it's a good movie; worth 2 hours of life.

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