A second look at the past, may give give you a second chance at the future.
A romantic comedy and is so sweet. The movie starts with the dad telling his daughter a story of his love life before marriage.
He starts by a narration changing names of his girl-friends and the daughter has to solve the mystery in the story of who her mother is. The movie keeps coming out of the story to show the lovely relationship that the daughter and father shares. It is so heart warming especially when in the end, the daughter (10 years old) can sense her dad not to be happy and leads him to the love of his life.
This movie has all the elements of relations, freedom, dreams, choices and destiny; definitely maybe.
When I saw the promo for “Just go with it“; all I expected was a hilarious movie – yet another comedy from Adam Sandler. And, with Rachael Green starring in the movie it raised my expectations a lot more. Finally, got the chance to see the movie and it was not what I was expected; not at all. It was so much more better.
Adam Sandler just simply rocked and Rachael Green (Jennifer Anniston) was beautiful. Its hard to believe that the star from “Friends” still has it in her. Nicole Kidman looked so much worst in front of Jennifer.
The movie is a romantic comedy and not a full-tu comedy; but it is a beautiful movie with kids and Adam Sandler has done it so beautifully. A storyline similar to “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya” starring Salman Khan and Sushmita Sen has been done so very beautifully; that the Mr. David Dhawan should learn a few things about comedy and how can it be directed script-fully.
A must watch for all fans of Adam Sandler and/or Rachael Green – or for anyone else who likes romantic comedies.