I finally bought a copy of this movie to add to my DVD collection, because I'm tired of waiting for Netflix to send it every time I want to watch it. I'm not sure why I like it so much; it's a good story, with great actors doing great acting, but it's not Oscar-movie material. Still, I find myself wanting to see it again about once a year - and I seem to find some new perspective on life, or some new insight into the ups & downs of human relationships, every time I do watch it. What brings people together, what keeps them together, what tears them apart, what they learn when their hearts get broken - because it seems to take pain and heartbreak to teach us the lessons of life and love - how they learn to forgive (or not!), where and who they learn the best lessons from - it seems that all of that is continually changing, yet somehow remains the same. I feel the same roller coaster of emotions every time I watch it; and I always see some lesson I think I probably need to learn - or re-learn - about myself and my relationships. I cringe at the word "Stupid" used next to "Love", but it seems to work in the title.
I bought a used copy, which arrived in excellent condition and MUCH sooner than expected! Made for a great movie night at home.