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Definitely, Maybe

Definitely, Maybe

Adam Brooks (2008)

107min
12 Certificate
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Our Score
Ryan Reynolds needs every ounce of his considerable charm in this long-winded and lethargic romantic comedy from the producers of Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and Wimbledon. Reynolds plays a New York advertising executive who, on the eve of his divorce, is asked by his precocious ten-year-old (Little Miss Sunshine's Abigail Breslin) to tell all about his love life before his marriage. So, in one of those scenarios beloved of Hollywood movies, he decides to spill the beans about his three serious girlfriends, but alters their names in the process. We have to guess which girl dad actually married: was it girl-next-door Emily (Elizabeth Banks); best buddy and co-worker April (Isla Fisher); or free spirit Summer (Rachel Weisz)? As the seemingly interminable series of flashbacks and flash-forwards unfolds, you may find it hard to care.

Summary

A New York advertising executive on the eve of his divorce tells his daughter about his love life before he was married, including how he met her mother. However, he changes the names of his former lovers, leaving the girl - and viewers - to guess which one of three women he ended up marrying. Romantic comedy, starring Ryan Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, Elizabeth Banks, Rachel Weisz and Isla Fisher.

Cast & Crew

Will Hayes Ryan Reynolds
Emily Elizabeth Banks (2)
Summer Hartley Rachel Weisz
April Isla Fisher
Hampton Roth Kevin Kline
Maya Hayes Abigail Breslin
Russell McCormack Derek Luke
Olivia Alexie Gilmore
Anne Annie Parisse
Director Adam Brooks
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: UIP Guidance: Swearing and sexual references. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 8 Feb 2008

Comedy Drama

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