He's Just Not That Into You
A woman who can't seem to get a grip on the men in her life pursues an advice columnist who never quite knew what he wanted in a relationship.
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Appealing but unsurprising romcom dispenses familiar wisdom.
what parents need to know
what families can talk about
Tomatometer®reviews counted: 29see all He's Just Not That Into You reviews
Top Critic Reviews
Rotten: The story about five women navigating male treachery is so busy getting all its talking points in that it leaves no room for recognizable life.
- Ann Hornaday, Washington Post, Friday, February 6, 2009
Rotten: The movie gets smothered by one romantic comedy clich after another.
- Ben Lyons, At the Movies, Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Fresh: I thought there was a level of sophistication in the relationships that I certainly did not expect.
- Ben Mankiewicz, At the Movies, Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Better than I thought it would be, which makes sense with such a great cast. With pretty solid advice in the title.
- janna, Thursday, September 2, 2010
When I thought about going to see this movie I wasn't sure I would like it. I mean I wanted to but online from others some said it was good and some said it wasn't worth the bother. Well, today to me, this movie proved to those who said don't bother wrong. The movie centers around three friends: Beth (Jennifer Aniston),Janine (Jennifer Connelly),Gigi (Ginnifer Goodwin),and someone not part of the group of friends Anna (Scarlett Johansson). Beth is trying to deal with the fact that her boyfriend of seven years, Neil (Ben Affleck) doesn't believe in marriage, therefore, this puts her in a situation. Gigi tries to figure out why a guy won't call, which she gets help from a mans side of view Alex (Justin Long), who doesn't know everything he says he does. Janine and her husband Ben (Bradley Cooper), struggle with the difficulties that come with marriage, which becomes worse when Anna and Ben begin sleeping together. Anna's friend Connor (Kevin Connolly), is confused on why Anna won't sleep with him anymore, and someone else that works in the real estate business Mary (Drew Barrymore) just like Connor, is confused on why her myspace love Jude won't call. All in all this movie was very well put together, and to those ladies looking for a good romantic comedy this movie is for you! It's just a very good movie!!! The book is really good too. Just a really good romantic comedy. :) Love it! :) After a long time I constantly find a need to watch this movie :) :) :) :)
- movieguru12, Saturday, July 2, 2011