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  • Actors: Monica Potter, John Hannah, Gael García Bernal, David Boreanaz
  • Directors: Jon Sherman
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.0), French (Dolby Digital 5.0)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2003
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000897EI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,112 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Dumped by the man she thought was perfect for her, newly-single Lucy (Monica Potter, Along Came a Spider) continues her search for Mr. Right. Set up on a series of blind dates, she meets five handsome and eligible bachelors, each with his own charms... and flaws. There's the macho jock (Anthony LaPaglia, Analyze That), the sexual dynamo (Gael García Bernal, Y Tu Mamá También), the handsome surgeon (David Boreanaz, TV's "Angel"), the divorced writer (John Hannah, The Mummy Returns) and the uptight executive (Henry Thomas, All the Pretty Horses). Has she finally met the man of her dreams or will her dating nightmare never end? I'M WITH LUCY is a charming and endearing romantic comedy in the tradition of Bridget Jones's Diary and Serendipity.


After being unexpectedly dumped by her dream boyfriend, Lucy (Monica Potter, Along Came a Spider) wants to hide away in her apartment--but her friends set her up with a series of blind dates: a shy entomologist (John Hannah, Sliding Doors), a sensual playwright (Gael Garcia Bernal, Y Tu Mamá También), a hunky doctor (David Boreanaz, Angel), a self-centered baseball player (Anthony LaPaglia, Lantana), and a bickering businessman (Henry Thomas, All the Pretty Horses). We know she ends up marrying one of these five guys; trying to figure out which one, as the dates unfold in flashbacks, makes the movie engaging--up to a point. The script loses focus and Potter, though pretty, is too bland to sustain interest (though it should be said that she shows more flair in I'm with Lucy than in her previous romantic comedy efforts, such as the laughably bad Head Over Heels). --Bret Fetzer

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 29, 2004
Format: DVD
"I'm With Lucy" is not a great romantic comedy but I swear it is worth watching a lot more than many of the movies in this genre that I have seen in recent years with bigger stars (e.g., "Maid in Manhattan"). In fact, this 2002 film has exactly what was missing in the last romantic comedy I saw, "Chasing Liberty," which was a grand romantic gesture. The Mandy Moore film sets up the situation for the grand romantic gesture but fails to deliver. Meanwhile, this film starring Monica Potter not only has a pretty great grand romantic gesture, it actually comes as something of a surprise in the film.

The story first time screenwriter Eric Pomerance has to tell is about Lucy, who is about to get married when we first meet her. We learn that after being dumped by her boyfriend under circumstances that would send most young women to hide under their covers for at least a year, Lucy is set up with five blind dates over the course of that year by her sister. One of these five, we are told, will end up marrying Lucy and obviously we are supposed to see if we can figure out who is Mr. Right before our heroine does.

We are introduced to the five blind dates in quick succession, which sets up the logic of the film as we cycle through Lucy's five choices again and again. First, there is Doug (John Hannah), a recently divorced entomologist. He is simple and sincere but seems a bit intimidated by the train wreck that is Lucy's life. Second is the steamy playwright Gabriel (Gael García Bernal), who is sexy as all get out and has a stream going through his apartment.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Stonecoldmark on September 11, 2004
Format: DVD
WOW! This was a pretty decent romantic comedy. We had this in our collection for months (Possibly years) and never watched it. We decided to watch this film on a whim. I have to say that it was better and ever funnier than I thought it would be.

Monica Potter is great in her role. It's a sweet movie that actually doesn't do to much guy bashing (the reason so many guys hate romantic comedies). I am also a big fam of Henry Thomas, and he is great at as well.

I won't go into the plot here, as many others already have. But what I am simply amazed with as many bad romantic comedies that get released in theatres (Sweet Home Alabama & 13 Going on 30) that a movie like this never got mainstream attention.

The other thing that must be said is, with virtually no cute romatic female leads under 40 (and over 18), why isn't Monica Potter more famous than she is. She can easily be the next Julia Roberts, or Meg Ryan. Julia has 2 kids and Meg has just hit the wall, it's time for a beauty like Monica Potter to get into the very lucrative Romantic Comedy genre. Here's hoping she gets a better agent before it's to late.

Cute movie, with a good heart. Definetly made a date night at home wonderful.


(for the record 32yrs old, straight and yes I enjoyed this movie)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30, 2003
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Two words: David Boreanaz. If you are a Buffy/Angel fan, then you will enjoy the few minutes David is actually in the movie. David sports a healthy Florida tan and avoids the dark colors he is known for on his TV show. Oh, this is supposed to be about the movie, right? Seriously, the movie is worth adding to your DVD collection. Monica Potter is believable as a norotic New Yorker having man problems. Henry Thomas has grown up to be a nice-looking and even more talented actor since "E.T.". The other three male characters add some humorous entertainment to the movie. Go on! Buy it! Worse could happen is you sell it at a garage sale. I think you will be happily surprised with this find.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 7, 2003
Format: DVD
Jon Sherman directs Eric Pomerance's first credited screenplay in this romantic romp. Monica Potter who was both convincing & chilling in the tense "Along Came a Spider" with Morgan Freeman shows that she has a flair for romantic comedy. Her role here as a lead is different from her supporting roles with Robin Williams in "Patch Adams" and as Nicholas Cage's wife in "Con Air." Because of her voice and mannerisms, she will unfortunately probably be referred to as "the blonde Julia Roberts"; but Monica is quite good in her own right. For those who love this genre, this is a fairly good outing. The revelation for me was Henry Thomas as a delightful romantic lead. He certainly has grown up since the days when the world watched him as Elliott in E.T.; and although he's worked steadily, he sparks in this film with his dreamy-eyed portrayl of Barry, the man smitten by Lucy, who intercuts his childhood home movies with hers and shoots them up on a wall in the middle of the city. Also strong, is the wonderful performance of John Hannah with his Scottish brogue as the recently jilted and somewhat up-tight date. My daughter who watched the film was rooting for him to be the one Lucy picks. His performances in "4 Weddings & A Funeral," "Sliding Doors," and "The Mummy" have created an excellent body of work. Gael Garcia Bernal is certainly an outstanding young hunk; & director Sherman wastes little time before [getting] him down in bed with Lucy. He's actually very believable as the young serious playwright and has a wonderful apartment with a stream running through it! (I thought, "That's my kind of nature; no mosquitoes.") Australian actor Anthony LaPaglia is delightfully obtuce as the jockish baseball player. Julie Christie gives a charming cameo as Lucy's mama.Read more ›
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