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Kerr Bacchus 6 years ago
Sappy romcom but cute if you can get past Ashton Kutcher. Amanda Peet is her classic self.
Türkü over 1 year ago
Bethany Foster almost 2 years ago
jojodoug almost 2 years ago
Cait almost 3 years ago
Ashleigh Louise Klaassen almost 3 years ago
Juan Jimenez 3 years ago
Madison Hays 3 years ago
Jason Gilmore over 4 years ago
Nara Bruck over 4 years ago
shelby strube over 4 years ago
Marlene over 4 years ago
Kamaria Niom almost 5 years ago
Valeria Franco almost 5 years ago
Keri 5 years ago
Luis Uribe over 5 years ago
Timothy Bishop over 5 years ago
Tinnuel over 5 years ago
A Lot Like Love is a 2005 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Nigel Cole. The screenplay by Colin Patrick Lynch focuses on two individuals whose relationship slowly evolves from lust to friendship to romance over the course of seven years. The film's tag line was: there's nothing better than a great romance to ruin a perfectly good friendship. Constructed as a series of chapters that take place at a turning point in each character's life, the story moves from seven years in the past to three years to two and finally arrives in the present day. Emily Friehl and Oliver Martin's first encounter is on a flight from Los Angeles to New York City, during which they join the mile high club. He has hopes of becoming an Internet entrepreneur and, certain of his future success, gives her his phone number and suggests she call him in six years to see if his prediction came true. Three years later, facing the prospect of spending New Year's Eve alone, Emily finds Oliver's number and calls him,...
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