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  • If you are a hopeless romantic, then I suggest you watching this movie

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      The 2010 film “Love and Other Drugs” staring Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal, was not only funny but very heart warming and the perfect film to see if you are looking for comedy, romance, and great acting that will make you want to cry, laugh, sigh or all three.

      Jake Gyllenhaal plays James Randall, a young man who likes the ladies and doesn’t want a serious commitment. After being fired from his job for getting with the boss’s girlfriend, he begins working for


      Pfizer, where he has to try and push new drugs that come onto the market so that health care facilities will want to prescribe them to their patients. While trying to push a drug that is supposed to be better than Prozac, he meets Anne Hathaway, who plays Maggie Murdock. She is in the doctor’s office trying to get a refill on prescriptions for her Parkinson’s disease. Sparks fly in the office as James is intrigued by her, he finds her number and they begin to see one another on the mutual basis that they do not want a serious relationship, just a good time. But for James, Maggie seems like the one, and even though she has pushed him away a few times, he comes back to her because he loves her. And the struggles that they go through are not only moving to the viewers but I have to say that I even shed a little tear at their pledge for loving ...

      • Love and Other Drugs (2010 Film)
      one another despite her illness and all of the problems she will face as the illness progresses.

      The actors that took on the powerful roles of these two young people who fall in love and embark on a journey that tests their love for one another and their own strength as well was extremely enlightening. Their love knew no bounds and I really loved watching their characters stick by one another and help one another through hard times. And on a minor

      note, it gave me a better look at Parkinson’s disease.

      If you are a hopeless romantic, then I suggest you watching this movie. Even if you are a male and do not think it is very manly to watch a romance like this, you are wrong. There are many comedic lines that everyone can appreciate, it’s not all sappy love stories and confessions of undying love. Next movie night, I suggest you watch “Love and Other Drugs” and then you will see what I mean.




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