09 October 2011


I was pleasantly surprised by this romantic-comedy movie. Not that it is super outstanding, but I managed to be touched by it. Kudos to the extremely likeable leads Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis, who portrayed two individuals Dylan and Jamie who were dumped by their respective girl and boyfriends.

Jamie recruited Dylan for GQ magazine and the two confided in each other their relationship woes. Both of them decided to become good platonic friends and enjoyed sexual relations with each other to satisfy their sexual needs but without attached emotional strings. However, things became complicated when both gradually realized they fell for the other party but couldn't overcome their own insecurities or refused to acknowledge their feelings for fear of getting hurt again.

But all's well that ends well when they finally got together after realizing that life is too short and fleeting to let their own demons stand in the way of their blossoming relationship. 

Overall, it was an enjoyable movie and certainly the generous screen shots of Justin's bod and butt would do no harm except to attract his legion of fans to watch the movie.