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Plot: Star softball player, Lisa, has just been cut from the national team; Scholarly business man, George, has just been indicted from his father's company. With everything that they know in their lives taken from them, Lisa and George attempt to find romance. Lisa's potential boyfriend, Matty, however,… Runtime: 121 min Release Date: 17 Dec 2010
I'm kind of blown away to see that this movie did so poorly over the weekend. I saw it and enjoyed myself and I know others will too. It's not a flawless movie but neither is Tron, and just about any other Hollywood movie out there but it's fun and quirky with a lot of heart. Paul Rudd's performance is incredible and nomination worthy. Lesser known actor Kathryn Hahn who apparently was actually pregnant during filming is also a standout, and her scene with actor Lenny Venito towards the end of the film made my eyes water. There are some definite magical moments in this <more>
film that make up for it's flaws such as the cheesy scene where Reese gives a speech to her teammates inside her apartment . It's most certainly not a 1 star movie and I hope it sticks around one more weekend so more people have a chance to see it!
Doing My Part to Save a Good Film (by adltswimguy)
When I first saw the trailer for "How Do You Know" I thought it looked like a promising rom com, but then I saw the initial reviews for it and steered clear away. It wasn't until my Uncle pushed it on me, "Didn't that tank?" "Yeah, but it's actually good!" I think the reason why this movie got such bad reviews is people expected the typical rom com I did . What it is, is a REAL movie, with depth, great characters, smart dialogue, and the complexity of reality, with some jokes and a love story thrown in. Great writing, superb acting. Don't know <more>
what else to say. Found it intriguing that on further review, my "go to" critics didn't review this one. One of the better films I've seen this year. Would give it an 8, but to right a wrong, giving it a 10.
I am finding it hard to understand why How Do You Know has received so many poor reviews. My husband and I are both PhDs in the arts and loved the film. We were pleased by subtle characterization and sensitive acting that showed us, rather than dictating to us, what to think and feel;we loved Brooks's tender approach to human foibles that allowed us to care for the characters, so that it matters to you what happens to them. Both the writing AND the acting were good, and the actors were well-matched to their parts, and to each other. Especially effective was the "conversion" of <more>
Lisa from a suspicion regarding whether mother/wife types could possibly be satisfied, as she witnesses, with her own eyes, the magic of fidelity and bringing new life into the world. Also nice was the way that the plot and subplot were intertwined, so that the "fabliaux" figures and their relationship informed the fates of the major characters. Bravo, and what a pity that this generation needs something more flashy!
Wonderful movie and ridiculously underrated (by billyweeds-1)
This is the best performance yet by the wonderful Paul Rudd, a return to form for Owen Wilson, and the first truly sexy turn by Reese Witherspoon, always an excellent actress but never this yummy heretofore. James L. Brooks has a skilled and expert hand with pace and performance, and the movie is funny and unusually thoughtful--too thoughtful, perhaps, for some of the ADD-afflicted people who post here. This is a worthy addition to the very short list of great romantic comedies, and one which will grow in reputation through the years. Jack Nicholson is committed and inventive--perhaps a bit <more>
over the top, but that's the only even slightly off-key note in the whole film. Bravo to all involved!
Dear Gracie Films, I was sitting in a room with SAG and Sag Nominating Commitee members last night. I have to see this movie again because everyone was laughing so much I missed half the dialogue. Stellar, writing, stellar performances and just fun and funny. Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon have a great chemistry. And I loved the lighting. Crisp bright. It's been awhile since I've laughed the entire time I watched a movie. And it's been awhile since I felt like a movie had an underlining them of morality. Not preaching but just communicating about ethics. My favorite line from the <more>
movie, "Are you an ethical Mutant?" LOL James L. Brooks master comedic man. Great Flick!! Sincerely, R.Charles
How Can It Not Be Adored By Viewers (by snakeye808)
Needless to say, I am stunned that this movie has been received with anything but glorious praise. It was precisely the type of romance I enjoy similar to Spanglish . It's not overdone, sappy romance. However, there's plenty of well constructed lines relating to love that will make you think and give you perspective. Owen Wilson is consistently hilarious throughout the film and I haven't enjoyed seeing him on the screen this much since Bottle Rocket. There's a perfect balance of comedy and passion, and this movie works great for both sexes. It's certainly not your typical <more>
I am very critical of slow pacing but did not find this comedy the least bit slow. As one who works on Wall Street, I can tell you that people like George actually do exist promoted to a position of authority due to nepotism, but set up for a fall because he actually has ethics . I thought the way they set things up with the phone call by Reba, the pragmatic selfishness of his current girlfriend, and the non-date date worked well together and was plausible enough within context to be enjoyable. I also thought the relationship between jock-player Wilson and over-the-hill jock Witherspoon <more>
was sweet and funny in its own way.However, Kathryn Hahn steals every scene she's in as Rudd's personal assistant who hates what's going on and is also a single mom-to-be. And her scene in the hospital alone was worth the price of admission to me. The ending was also well handled. This is the best Paul Rudd performance I have seen since The Shape of Things after many bad ones in-between. Witherspoon was fine even though she didn't seem to have sizzling chemistry with Rudd - she was wonderful with Wilson. The cameo by Shalhoub as a psychiatrist was hilarious. And Mark-Linn Baker was appropriately cowering as the corporate lawyer. Nicholson was fine - he felt the part even though he could have played it in his sleep. Not one of his best, but more than adequate.So, is this an original and ground-breaking film? No. Is it a highly enjoyable romantic comedy with good supporting performances and funny scenes? Yes!
Nice and unusual for big Hollywood movie (by tapavko)
I can't believe the low rating of this movie. I guess it's because it does not give you usual polished Hollywood story of romance: boy meets girl, girl has a boyfriend/fiancé who at first seems perfect but then turns out to be douche bag and/or evil and there steps in this new perfect guy, they kiss and live happily ever after, the end.Here, both guys trying to get the girl are screwed up in some way or another. Boyfriend Owen Wilson is not a bad guy. He is not too sensitive, he sleeps around, but the point is he doesn't try to hide it. He is honest about himself. And <more>
throughout the relationship he tries to better himself and the relationship with his girlfriend Reese Witherspoon . On the other hand the "new guy" Paul Rudd is depressed, has no job or money and is facing prison time. And at the beginning the girl he's chasing considers him weird. His slime-ball/businessman father Jack Nicholson I think just adds likability to Rudds character. Also, what I like is there is no perfect ending. There is sort of a feel-good ending but it's not perfect. Although, for that you'll have to see the movie.
Thoughtful, funny, and romantic dramedy (by napierslogs)
"How Do You Know" is a thoughtful, funny, and romantic dramedy. It covers young people in their early thirties having to make tough choices about their life and career, and does it with way more thought and accuracy than something like "Morning Glory" 2010 .The film begins with some interesting parallels. George Paul Rudd and Lisa Reese Witherspoon have had some unlucky breaks in their careers and their lives are going straight downhill. George is with an analytically-minded girlfriend but she thinks his troubles would be too much for their relationship, meanwhile Lisa <more>
is with Matty Owen Wilson but he doesn't have enough brain power to care what she's thinking let alone what that would mean. It ends up playing out like a romantic comedy rather than a drama, but there is still a lot of thought and simple honesty to the whole thing.This is the role that I have been waiting for for Paul Rudd. He is still very funny but this is about his character and what he's going to do with the crap that life has handed him. Witherspoon was cute and likable. Sometimes their simple messages were too simple and things got a little too neat, but the actors were all quite funny and I thoroughly enjoyed "How Do You Know".