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Based on Alain De Botton's international bestseller On Love, this clever and innovative romantic comedy directed by Julian Kemp is an anything-but-ordinary story about love and our addiction to it.
Brendan Patricks stars as Duncan, a man whose roller-coaster journey in and out of love has taken him to an emotional rock bottom. He just can t understand what, or who, has caused all of is relationships to fail. He s pretended not to care about ex-boyfriends that haven t quite disappeared, disastrously attempted to give fashion advice, and even been the first to utter those three special words - but nothing seems to work out. In a last-ditch effort to figure out where it all went wrong, Duncan takes a ride through the memories of his last five relationships. Each of his ex-girlfriends, quirky and idiosyncratic in their own charming ways, leave Duncan even more perplexed about love than the last. With a cast including Cecile Cassel, Naomie Harris (Pirates of the Caribbean, 28 Days Later), and Jane March (Clash of the Titans), Duncan discovers with delicious wit and charm just how modern urban relationships go wrong.
Bonus Features: An Interview with Director Julian Kemp and the Cast; Commentary with Director Julian Kemp; Behind the Scenes; Special Effects Compilation; Extended Probability Sequence; Delete Scenes and Other Silliness
It's a great movie but I'm taking off a star for whichever executive put the required American Express ad on the DVD. Read morePublished 8 months ago by T. Hudson
Maybe not fair to give one star since we turned it off after 20 minutes of boredomPublished 9 months ago by A amazon customer
This movie was horrible. It was so gimmicky and was quite vapid, I guess if you like cheesy effects and a loser guy talking about his ex-girlfriends, this would be a great movie... Read morePublished 15 months ago by MADDIE NORDYS
This is the tale of a British dude (Brendan Patricks) who recalls his last five girlfriends and blames them for things not working out and telling his bitter tale to the audience. Read morePublished on July 23, 2012 by MISTER SJEM
My friend and I picked this movie because it looked quirky and a little different. Neither one of us had heard of it but we liked the trailer. Read morePublished on September 27, 2011 by Deborah F. Reichler
This should be mandatory viewing in High School. Let kids know how relationships REALLY are. This is a funny training video.Published on August 24, 2011 by Diane J. Miller