For several days now I have been deliberating how to write this review. I considered an ironic approach (e.g.
The problem with recent romantic comedies is that they all seem spliced from the same Petri dish. A few variables change slightly: stars (Katherine Heigl or Kate Hudson), settings (wedding in Rhode Island or wedding in New York) and plot details; but the general lackluster style remains unvaried.
In the world of film criticism, the month of December can be described as hellish at best, even if you're not based out of New York or Los Angeles. Screenings ramp up and activities other than watching movies become a long lost memory.
I'm sure Meg Ryan is a really nice person. Okay, there's my disclaimer, now onto my review. A Meg Ryan movie about time travel... a Meg Ryan movie about time travel... a Meg Ryan movie about time travel.
You know those movies where you go in expecting the worst, but it turns out to be a masterpiece, and you enjoy it even more because you thought it would be bad? That is truly a great experience.