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  • I didn't find this movie as exciting as I thought it would be, and I have no one to blame for that but myself for expecting more than it was supposed to be originally

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      When a record store owner’s girlfriend leaves him, he tries to find reason behind it and looks for closure. He starts this task by searching out his previous girlfriends to figure out what happened in their relationship and why it

      ended.

      He and his last ex finds themselves in each others company once again when he is inadvertently invited to the funeral of his ex girlfriend’s father.

      They both find comfort in each others company and he helps her to cope with the loss.

      This movie is so typical of John Cusack, the love stories that he most often times star in are full of intrigue and bitter sweet moments.

      I didn’t find this movie as exciting as I thought ...


      • High Fidelity (2000)
      it would be, and I have no one to blame for that but myself for expecting more than it was supposed to be originally.

      Apart from that, this movie is a nice little love story that will appeal mostly to

      the females and their inner turmoil’s as it relates to excessive overflow of emotions.

      If you are not a fan of the sob stories, then this movie isn’t for you and you best stay away from it for the sake or your sanity.




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