almost 2 years
slow start, good middle, predictable end
almost 3 years
I likes me a good dysfunctional romance picture.
almost 4 years
A bit too gratuitous, and the only comedy is provided by the slobby character of Josh Gad.
over 4 years
Not nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be. Predictable but well constructed.
RomCom??? Good set piece scenes, badly joined together and underused supporting cast.
almost 6 years
Sexy, Funny, and true love is found all different ways. A lot of nudity.
Cory Van Dorn
Tear jerking moments, a few laughs with a happy ending.
just sat on the floor crying .... but watch it ... amazing
over 6 years
A very touching, and comic story. Both actors are excellent.
almost 7 years
Funny and heartwarming story, that teaches us to accept people for who they are.
Karen Bendulo Castillo
almost 7 years
Can't imagine Anne Hathaway doing this role. This is a wonderful chick flick.
Love and Other Drugs (stylized Love & Other Drugs) is a 2010 romantic comedy/drama film co-written and directed by Edward Zwick and based on the non-fiction book Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman by Jamie Reidy. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway in their second film together, following Brokeback Mountain in 2005.
Love and Other Drugs was released in the U.S. on November 24, 2010, to mixed reviews from film critics.
In 1996, Jamie Randall (Jake Gyllenhaal) is fired from a Midwest town's electronics store for having sex with his manager's girlfriend. His wealthy brother Josh (Josh Gad) finds him a job as a pharmaceutical sales representative. Jamie goes to work for Pfizer and tries to get doctors to prescribe Zoloft and Zithromax. He is rebuffed, much to the dismay of his regional manager, Bruce (Oliver Platt), who sees Jamie as his ticket to the "big leagues" of Chicago.
Bruce says if Jamie can get Dr. Knight (Hank Azaria) to prescribe Zoloft instead of Prozac,...