Overall Rank: 5993
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 139
Theatrical Release Date: 07/24/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/10/2009
Genre: Comedy, Romance
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Robert Luketic
Actors: Gerard Butler, Katherine Heigl, Cheryl Hines, Bonnie Somerville, Vicki Lewis, Eric Winter
Plot: Abby Richter is a morning show producer looking for the perfect man. Mike Alexander is a chauvinistic personality on the show. When the higher-ups decide to team the two up to test theories on relationships, an unlikely truth will be revealed.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 06/22/2014
The Ugly Truth about this movie is that it didn't work. The story is about a producer looking for the perfect man. Mike Alexander is a chauvinistic personality on the show. When the higher-ups decide to team the two up to test theories on relationships, an unlikely truth will be revealed. Gerard Butler character is so unlikable and forgettable, The story has way to much cliches in it.
DeryaBulk - wrote on 10/29/2012
My mom watched it twenty thousand times and I lovee itt
dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/24/2011
The Ugly Truth is that this movie SUCKED!!!
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MovieAddict - wrote on 02/10/2012
Katherine Heigl plays Abby, an uptight "control freak" TV producer whose magazine programme is going down the tubes until, against her wishes, the crass chauvinistic Mike (Gerard Butler) is brought on board with his segment “The Ugly Truth” in which he examines relationships in a crude, sensationalist way. Needless to say Abby isn't exactly happy. Neurotic and controlling she hasn't been on an exciting date for eleven months so Mike makes her a deal--he will help her nab the doctor of her dreams who moved in next door in exchange for her approval or quit. She does not like Mike’s outspokenness but much to Abby’s surprise, the ratings skyrocket so she reluctantly agrees to let him help her.
Of course the typical romantic comedy formula takes over and Abby and Mike eventually …
PsychoKing1227 - wrote on 08/03/2009
Nicole Eastman needs a nod of approval for her silly romantic comedy about the differences between men and women. When Gerard Butler's face appeared on the screen in his ridiculous try for an American dialect, I just about wanted to walk out. But who can walk out on Katherine Heigl. She's just adorable, idn't she? So I watched and laughed and laughed and laugned. This was truly one of the funniest movies of the summer, poking fun at relationships, newsmen, men, women, and the ugly truth that guides us all. I loved the amount of sexual innuendos poked at each, without it going over the top or becoming too...dare I say it..."Watiting"-ish. A fine line was walked but never crossed at an inappropriate moment. Even if you don't like the premise, the movie is made by the hysterical …
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