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Love is not luck...it's strategy. Jon Abrahams (Hitchcock), Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha, CBGB), and Julia Jones (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) star in this vibrant romantic comedy about the lengths New Yorkers go to find love.
Neal is knee deep in a quarter life crisis and trying to get over a traumatic break up by doing what anyone would do, tricking women on the Internet. His plan is going amazingly well until he meets Jane, who just may be as devious and damaged as he is.Written by
I love the opening. Making me feel like it's gonna be a very awesome movie. But it turned out to be average, actually. But it's still funny like The Hangover, especially when Neal had a fight with his friend and a few passer by watch them talking harshly to each other. I believe this movie will be more special if only... I don't know how to answer it. And I think Neal's ex-girlfriend looks older than him. I thought she was her sister. I like the view here. I hope there will be more scenes when Neal is still employed. Because I wanna see his working environment and his friend there. And why there is always a character like Neal who is a loser among his friends? So typical, but not boring.
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