Down With Love

Down With Love

Director: Peyton Reed Cast: Renée Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, Sarah Paulson
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Down With Love 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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this was a awful,awful movie. it was a spoof on Doris Day movie but it is a must miss movie!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is cute and fun. It continuously makes fun of itself, the whole genre, and that fossy 60's style. The music score is perfect
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is functionally a remake of 1964¿s ¿Sex and The Single Girl¿ given a special ¿Austin Powers¿ spin, and updated to make it a little more Politically Correct. There are funny nods to the old Doris Day/Rock Hudson film tradition, and all the cultural touchstones for the period are spot-on. The movie is funny, appealing, and a great story with a nice, solid plot twist near the end. SPECIAL NOTE: Men, watch this film! Despite the lack of explosions and gunfire, the movie is really very funny. Better still, Renée Zellweger is a bombshell.
ThomasDC More than 1 year ago
If you were dragged to the theater by your parents in the late '50s, early 60s to see the any Rock Hudson/Doris Day movie...AND LIKED THEM, then you will enjoy this romantic comedy rip-off, off all the RH/DD movies, mostly "Pillow Talk." The movie even features regular Tony Randall in a brief cameo. Renee is NO Doris, but Ewan is a fairly good Rock. It is a light fluff story, with over the top late 50s/early 60s decor, clothing and design. Visually stunning, story line predicable and fun...just fun, fun, fun. However, if you have a feeling for the original, do get the 3 disc Rock/Doris set with all the movies. It is worth it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great flick.... Very well done, with a great timless story and beautiful vibrant scenes!! A great love story!! I LOVE IT!! Did i mention i love this movie? ~Camille, Dallas, TX
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is a cute and funny homage to the Doris Day/Rock Hudson movies of the early 1960s but has been updated with modern sensibilities. The dialog is clever and funny. The costumes and set design are to die for and will make any interior design buff/fashionista drool all over themselves. The music is perfect for the time period and the song used in the closing credits, as sung by MacGregor and Zellweger, is just the perfect finishing touch to this awesome romantic comedy.
Koins_and_Change More than 1 year ago
Down With Love is smart and hilarious with outrageous sex jokes, and unparalleled direction. The costumes are unique, the sets are amazing, and the performances are the best of both main actors, as well as their respective best friends. Well worth the buy, a thousand times over!!!
maghealth More than 1 year ago
This movie brought me back to the old Doris Day films I watched with my Mom when I had a sick day from school....The director really captured the unrealistic flavor of the era and the actors brought it home. I laughed so much thinking about how much my mom fell for this stuff. A fun trip in time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I personally loved this movie. I like the goals of the blonde played by Rene Zelwigger (thank god she's not running for office and a write in canidate)(business before love, not to confuse love with sex), I like movies from the 50s to begin with so I thought the time period of it was cute. However, the were some surprising twists that could have been left out that detracted from the flow of the movie, and some other faults that you would have to be forgiving of in order to enjoy the movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the only good part of this movie was ewan mcgregor, but even he couldn't save it from falling on its face. seriously, i am a movie fanatic in general, and it takes a really bad movie for me to lose interest or get aggravated, and i did. i almost left the theatre when i saw this film. i wouldn't recommend it at ALL.
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