Tina Fey (Portia) and Paul Rudd (John) didn’t have the best on screen chemistry and the story has been done time and time again.
The movie isn’t bad; it’s just bland. The best parts of the movie were the scenes with Lily Tomlin as Portia’s mother. If they could have found a way to double her screen time I’d be tempted to give this movie a B; as it is I can’t give it anything other than the middle of the road C.
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