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It’s easy to sense Mc Conaughey and Hudson wanting to toss out all of this business and get down to a nice romancer, but the script forces him to look like a witless punching bag for abuse, and it is especially cruel to Hudson, who’s forced to behave in a faux-crazed mode half the time.
As a result, Hudson makes every move look like too much effort, and director Donald Petrie clearly has no good solution to the dilemma.
Do the men in your life seem to come with a 10-day expiration date?
If so, chances are you already know how to lose a guy. Here are some clues: Start calling him your boy Is your longest-running relationship with the guy who pumps your gas?
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Andie - Kate Hudson Ben - Matthew Mc Conaughey Tony - Adam Goldberg Spears - Michael Michele Green - Shalom Harlow Lana Jong - Bebe Neuwirth Phillip Warren - Robert Klein Michelle - Kathryn Hahn Thayer - Thomas Lennon Jeannie - Annie Parisse “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” will soon be known in the trade as “How Not to Write a Romantic Comedy.” This is the kind of movie that was doomed on the page, both by an inherently problematic premise and ill-conceived character motivations.
Project is adapted from Michele Alexander and Jeannie Long’s spoofing “guide,” subtitled “The Universal Don’ts of Dating.” And under the circumstances, scripters Kristen Buckley, Brian Regan and Burr Steers (“Igby Goes Down”) fall back on a trite formula for their comedy: In a pre-arranged ruse, the gal arranges matters so her target guy dumps her in 10 days’ worth of dating hell, but she doesn’t know that her guy is also playing a game to make her fall in love with him in the same period.
How can anyone possibly doom a relationship in just 10 days?
Here is a laugh-out-loud, dead-on send up of all of those bad habits members of the dating game need to break in order to get a life–er,…a relationship.