Text Version Let me first say I was biased about this film before I rented it. I think Salma Hayek is the most beautiful women in Hollywood. Hands down. Find me someone more beautiful. And Matthew Perry is the funniest "Friend" and without him the show sinks. So going into this movie, I was going to like it. And after the film, I did like it. At the same time, I could see why it didn't do so hot at the box office. It was light on story, and what story was there, was hard to believe. Matthew and Salma have a one night affair, and three months later they meet again, because she's pregnant with what she says is his child. Ok, maybe that's possible, but how come he never asks for a blood test? Then they get married. Like that night they get married. Ok this is getting a little ridiculous. Then the families meet each other, some parents like this some don't. Salma and Matthew fight, they break up. The story goes on. If you can get past all the unbelievable things, which is certainly possible, it is a good movie because the characters have heart. Both Matthew and Salma play the parts they are given and do it like they really care about it. Mind you, if you don't like either of those two, chances are you aren't going to like the movie. Maybe I should refrain from saying anymore about this. I am truly biased about Salma Hayek films (although From Dusk Till Dawn and Desperado were really good movies). If you're looking for a light-hearted romantic comedy with the requisite happy ending (or is there?), go ahead and rent this film.
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