As the trailer suggests it's about a long distance relationship. It's not the type of film that will have lots of complicated twists and turns, so in that context it's fairly predictable, but it's really well acted by the main characters, particularly Justin Long, Drew Barrymore and Christin Applegate.
There are lots of laughs, and I mean laughing out loud, from both the men and the women in the audience.
They'd buried the hatchet by 2012, when they were photographed at The actresses were both linked to former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez around the same time back in 2010, to the point where it's unclear who actually dated him first.
They'd buried the hatchet by 2012, when they were photographed at Hadid, a card-carrying member of T-Swift's #squad, dated singer Joe Jonas in 2015 – seven years after the pop star dated Jonas herself and was dumped by him in an infamous 27-second phone call.
Erin has just six more weeks as an intern at the New York Sentinel before she returns to San Francisco.
That's fine with Garrett since he just got out of a relationship.
Barrymore won the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Golden Globe Award for her portrayal of Little Edie in Grey Gardens (2009).
Swift didn't seem to hold a grudge though, and was even seen hanging out with the pair before they called it off.
Apparently, the circle of eligible 20- and 30-something celebrity men is smaller than you'd think, because Swift has dated the same guy as a friend more than once.
For me it's one of the funniest films I've seen that wasn't an out and out comedy.
As the title of this review suggests, there's something for both men and women in this.