It Had to Be You

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Gretchen

Cute movie, a standard girl flick of sorts, when you are just needing to distract yourself from your own life. Not the most prolific film in history, but I don't regret watching it.

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Huggie Bear

Cute movie.

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Debra

Incredibly dull story. Someone should have told her that she is lesbian, stop torturing the poor guy, and date one of her female friends. There is no chemistry between any couples in the movie.

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Cecile

I was off put by the excessive lesbian jokes; felt very lowbrow.

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Robert

Cute film! It's nice to know all women aren't trying to catch a husband, she just wanted to enjoy life without a commitment of marriage. To bad she had such a terrible experience in Rome.

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Fritz

Great!

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K.V.

Sorry, but this was a total miss for me. Can not get why there are positive reviews here. But I do feel sorry for these 30-somethings who are still floundering and feel a lot more like 20 year olds. And PLEASE -- do I really have to hear/see someone going to the bathroom in the first seconds ...Read more

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Rene

A nice simple little rom-com. Clever and lovely.

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Tom

Love this movie; watched it twice on Amazon. For my third viewing here on Kanopy I used the subtitles, which helped in the few places where the characters were mumbling. It's a new twist on the loss of innocence theme. Cristin Milioti was a terrific choice for the gamine leading role; she is ...Read more

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Olivia

Cute indie rom-com with enough pluck to keep me interested. Good cast and thankfully not the stereotypical 'girl desperate to be married' story (for most of it at least). My only question is I found it hard to stomach that the 'finding herself' moment in Rome was so woeful. Curious if others ...Read more

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