By Ryan Parsons | Image property of New Line Cinema
He's Just Not That Into You
While I wouldn't be all that curious about the early report(s) on a chick flick, He's Just Not That Into You has done just about everything right to draw interest from both male and female moviegoers. The film's latest featurette is proof of that.
He's Just Not That Into You Reviewed
Good cast, interesting story, enough shenanigans from both sexes, and you could have a romantic comedy that can attract your general moviegoer; even the men. In the case of He's Just Not That Into You, we could have another Wedding Crashers on our hands. Okay okay, maybe not Crashers, but still in the same genre. Check out a couple early opinions below:
Everyone's in love with someone in "He's Just Not That Into You," a not-quite-romantic-comedy that should click with the young-adult demos of both sexes. Yes, it makes men look like toads -- how else could Jennifer Connelly, Jennifer Aniston, Ginnifer Goodwin and several other beautiful women not named Jennifer/Ginnifer be on such a recessionary track in the romance market? But heartache is universal; it knows no cosmetic boundaries. And the New Line pic, pushed back by Warners from fall 2008 to a pre-Valentine's Day release, effectively taps into the voyeuristic appeal of watching the beautiful suffer.
"He's Just Not That Into You" struggles for more than two hours with multiple characters and tangled story lines to bring home the point that not all chance meetings or blind dates are meant to go the distance -- and not all marriages are rock solid. Wow, didn't we know that already? There's not much here for men, or for that matter, women who understand that the complexity of human relationships doesn't reduce to catchphrases.
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He's Just Not That Into You opens to theaters on February 6th.