Aroview: Convoluted ensemble piece based on a self-help book focusing on a group of 20-somethings trying to navigate their way through love's brutal realities.
It seems slightly audacious to have cast such gorgeous female heavyweight actresses as whiny, desperate singletons, but if you can suspend your disbelief, this is a decent enough rom-com, its central shtick revolving around miscommunication between men and women in our fast-moving digital era. Regardless, the few moments of emotional truth (Drew Barrymore's struggle with the detached world of internet dating) are undermined by more far out scenarios, such as beautiful starlet Jennifer Connelly discovering her boyfriend is cheating on her with beautiful starlet Scarlett Johansson. Naughty boy, indeed.
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2 stars (Good Try) Or doesn't know he is until spunky Goodwin wises him up. What an unappealing bunch - Affleck and Aniston seem the most sympathetic. Connelly's character must grow up to be Tea Leoni's in 'Spanglish'. I wasn't that into it...~HiFi