How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days

How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days

An advice columnist, Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson), tries pushing the boundaries of what she can write about in her new piece about how to get a man to leave you in 10 days. Her editor, Lana (Bebe Neuwirth), loves it, and Andie goes off to find a man she can use for the experiment. Enter executive Ben Berry (Matthew McConaughey), who is so confident in his romantic prowess that he thinks he can make any woman fall in love with him in 10 days. When Andie and Ben meet, their plans backfire.

Andie, a writer for Composure magazine, is doing an article called How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Let';s see what happens when two of them date each other... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days torrent reviews

David R (ca) wrote: Very enjoyable, I learned a lot of history I didnt know. The film scenes were pretty good

Emmett C (jp) wrote: I saw the picture not so much for the drama of the heist as the journey of the desperately poor to risk life to save themselves, their families, even taking a risky job where their life is on the line, particularly in a corrupt society. The lead actor was convincing in his unwavering effort to save his family. Hard to watch. I couldn't take it in one sitting. A snippet of the plight of the poor which the fortunate see only as a drama, action movie.

Ameeta (jp) wrote: This was an excellent movie with the main character, Kyon, takes us along with sarcastic witty commentary. Kyon: [Narrating] The morning of December 16. It was so cold. And I mean cold that if you took an ice pick and plunged it into the ground, you'd shatter the earth into a million pieces. It was nice and warm up until the school arts festival, but when December hit, the temperature dropped super-fast, like it was making up for lost time or something. It was like Japan just decided to skip Fall this year. Or, better yet, maybe the guy upstairs confused a prayer for more business with a spell to change the weather or something. Siberian air mass...seriously, I know you have to stick to your route and all, but you could skip us once in a while. It's like the seasons are out of whack or something. Oh great, now I'm worried about the environment. Yeah, well, I might be worried, but it's not like I'm gonna do anything about it. Too much work.

familiar s (au) wrote: Mediocre as it may be, this one was quite a relief after a terrible experience with some well-received Mexican film. Okay, gotta get over it. Although some of the significant revelations, the biggest being about the motive, towards the end are quite a let down, the rest of the movie is entertaining enough. Not nail-biting, but a thriller well served. I liked how it didn't beat aroung the bush, and got to the point. No songs to bother every now & then, and a car-chasing scene that's strictly cut to the chase. Of course, I'd to use the forward button for that, but that's fine by me. The movie would have been better off without including lighter moments, though. To accomplish the mission, Sameera is replaced by Amisha here to play the nut, and she's more than natural for it. Anil Kapoor is fine, though, and so is the rest of the cast. The movie ends leaving a scope open for the 3rd Race, but I wonder whether they'll go for it ever.The relief may have played a major role in my rating. And for those who dare to see this Race, be prepared to not be bothered by goofs.

Mike S (de) wrote: Grant (Gordon Pinsent) just wants to be with his wife of 44 years, Fiona (Julie Christie). But Fiona knows and accepts that dementia is setting in, and she's losing herself. This Canadian film by first-time director Sarah Polley captures Grant's struggles to come to terms with Fiona's journey into senility.The acting in this simple tale based on an Alice Munro short story is powerful and compelling. The staging and cinematography, however, are odd at times. There are some beautiful scenes, but there are also some scenes that either contain ambiguous symbolism or outright continuity errors. Although the story seems to cover at least a year, all the scenes are shot in winter; characters are always bundled up in heavy coats and scarves. Cross-country skiing is a recurring motif. It's as though Polley is experimenting with different camera and lighting techniques on her first feature, so there is an inconsistent feel to the visuals.Still, this is a proud Canadian film that is touching and heartfelt.

Mark A (jp) wrote: Good story. Good action. Awsome ending. Unbelievably original ending. You won't... I repeat... you won't beleive what happens in the end. If you like this movie check out DISTRICT 9. Thats really original too.

Martin I (fr) wrote: A simple, farcical premise is carried out well by the entire cast. Although not all the jokes will land with international viewers, it keeps up the sweet humour throughout as well as delivering great social commentary. Toward the end it can't quite make up it's mind if it's more about the family drama or the comedy, but that's a minor gripe in an all around entertaining tale. *Full Review Pending*

Tina B (it) wrote: my absolute fav movie esp in non cartoon kid friendly,my best friend really loves this movie too we watch it together sometimes i own it and its been on netfix for quite some time. cute sentimental funny and some i blubber like a baby moments just touching,i have a bird a conure not the same kind as Paulie and i love birds so this movie i had to have,i was like 16 when it came out, i dont even have children,and unlike the movie Marley and me which was really cute and had laughs Paulie isnt heartbreaking or tragic i found marley and me traumatizing.i def recommend this movie

bill s (it) wrote: Feathery,lightweight drama where the wait is long for no payoff.A rather boring big name offering.

Mark D (nl) wrote: Good Submarine action, though there are unnecessary subplots.

Claire R (es) wrote: I have the book and read along with the dialogue of the story of Lina and doon

Kaden K (nl) wrote: Very Scary, Very Creepy, and sure to keep you up at night!