Full Movie Reviews
Rod - wrote on 10/19/2013
Set in London, two individuals find ways to stay together, kept in touch, as they met different people, encountering personal challenges, and figuring out what do the two of them have.
The intimate yet entertaining feel of the movie appeared to work well. The love and career theme, set in London (i really want to go there!), seemed to be common on romantic films, plus the bestfriend-ish subplot, but I think no one would hate ***SPOILER ALERT*** a tragic-romance. I also love how they injected humor in this (the Calvin Klein Underpants" scene was really funny). However, I got confused with the over-all message of the film. I'm not sure if it is something to do with nothing-has-changed-since-day-1 thing. You know, a lot of things happened to them in every July 15th, but it all came …
trophywife - wrote on 09/19/2011
As a rule, people generally walk out of a movie with a pretty clear idea of how they felt about it: either it was outstanding, a complete waste of time and money, or, the vast majority of the time, simply 90 minutes of average entertainment. The problem I am having with this particular film is that, even 24 hours later, I STILL don't know what to think of it.
THE GOOD: The movie starts off with us meeting Dexter and Emma (played by Jim Sturgess and Anne Hathaway, respectively), who have just graduated from college and begin forming their slightly warped friendship/ "sort of" romance. Over the next 20 years, we meet them on or around their "anniversary" of August 15th and get glimpses--some longer than others--of what is taking place in their lives at that time. The emotions …