(This review may contain spoilers).
I thought this movie looked like it was quite an entertaining one to watch. I ended up going to see it with one of my friends.
There were some quite amusing scenes in this movie, but I did feel that there were a few too many characters to keep track of at first.
I did feel that Alice came across as really quite immature. While the fact that she wanted to find herself… who she was without being in a relationship… made her something of an interesting character, I didn’t feel that she really grew up in this movie.
One of the most interesting relationships in this movie was the one between Meg and Paul. I did find Meg to be a character who was quite hard to take seriously, even though she was supposed to be Alice’s older sister.
My favourite character was probably Robin. While I feel the actress is typecast, I do really enjoy the roles she plays… and Robin was amusing because she seemed to have no filtering system.
It was good to see that Tom seemed to have learned things by the end of the movie. While I did feel sorry for Josh at first, I felt that he showed himself to be quite immature at times.
I liked the fact that there were other relationships as well as the romances, such as the friendship between Robin and Alice and the bond between David and Phoebe. I did, however, feel that both of those relationships could have been expanded upon. The ending didn’t really seem to add up with what Robin said to Alice.
There were some really good humorous elements in this movie… as well as some cringe-worthy scenes. But there were certain times both me and my friend ended up laughing out loud.
I was a bit confused about what some of the characters were doing as jobs. Alice only seemed to show up for a day or two and then didn’t seem to care about her job at all.
I did like the fact that the ending seemed to link quite well in with a couple of elements brought up in this movie. While I don’t think I would watch this movie again, it was an entertaining way to spend a couple of hours.