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Down with Love (2003) Movie Reviews

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02/11/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A great flick for those who can appreciate it!

Set in the 1960s, `Down with Love' follows the story of Barbara Novak (Rene Zellweger), a lady with a female ax to grind who moves to New York City to promote her new book which illustrates to women how to get along in a man's world on men's terms, downplaying love and marriage in favor of the male-oriented pattern of free, uncomplicated sex. As such, she is set to be interviewed by Know Magazine's star reporter, Catcher Block (Ewan McGregor), who is known as a lady's man, and whose typical revolving-door treatment of women is a fine illustration of why the book was written.

When Block continually misses meetings with Novak to discuss her book because his sexual escapades with stewardesses, she refuses to meet him. What's more, she lashes out at Block while on a television show discuss...

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08/02/2007 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Unique movie

Ok I will admit it here, yeah this is a complete chick flick... and I thought it was great. The thing about this movie is that it is not your average run of the mill love story. The design of this movie was awesome. The era that they shot this for was the 1960's and they decided to make the movie like a movie that you would have seen in the 60's. The clothing, the set designs, even the motion picture screens behind the windows of cars moving in odd directions, everything about this film screamed 60's and yet it was made in 2003. The colors were extremely vibrant in the same way that they would be played overly saturated using a faux technicolor technique. Zellweger and McGregor play off of eachother brilliantly and David Hyde Pierce plays the same type of neurotic character that we have c...

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