Continuing to see him threatens her prospects at Cosmo, and keeping up the charade for her new boss, Tom , proves increasingly challenging as time passes, leaving Lane at a crossroads between her personal and professional lives. Characters are very two-dimensional, themes and plot are predictable and childish, which honestly can be confusing given the film's mildly sexual undertones and cautious attempts at profanity. Those classes must be significant, in light of the movie's respectable 3-digit Amazon sales rank at the moment. It is much lamer, cheesier, and uninteresting. A two is the best, and it solely based on the lead actor who managed to pull up something to salvage points for this otherwise abominable film.
But still, this movie turned out to be kind of alright. I don't know why I think that but I can felt that is not. What challenges do women face in breaking into these careers? Obviously, as others have pointed out, the plot contrivances themselves regarding how she gets the Cosmo Story Assignment and how she gets the investment banking job are ridiculous - but what else is new in most comedies. Men should definitely stay away from this film completely - I wish that someone had warned me to do so! I don't actually love Hilary Duff's performances. The ending, too, was predictable. I found this movie to be surprising.
It's a horrible representation of the business world, and women. Duff should stick to producing and find another leading lady. Cosmo editor Kate Jaime Pressly loves the idea and gives Lane a chance to write the featured cover story! In the meantime she finally hears her calling when a job opportunity presents itself in the form of Cosmo magazine. Oh, and yes, this is plot line also reminds me of Kate Hudson's How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days. So, somehow there is one token black person a model roommate, who has a grand total of maybe 5 min of screen time , a famous and well-established female photographer barely in her late twenties, and some nobody broke neurotic and vain wanna-be writer living together. She didn't do anything else.
So she figure out to go to find Cosmo, fashion editor because she's wanna hang out with a lot of men. To have Tom, Michael McMillan say that he can save the coy by introducing a program for recycled paper! I didn't like that at all. Lane Daniels, was on a selfish search. That is consistent with the career paths of the contemporary former teen stars; Lohan rose higher and has fallen much further. Add on a lively, comic script and a smooth direction and what do you get? The acting is terrible, and the story is very superficial. I guess lame is an understatement, but I fare poorly in grammar. This is a movie that tries to be funny, light-hearted and cute, and fails miserably.
Perhaps she can do a cameo. This is a made for T. You suspend your disbelief to accept the premise. It will then ask you for other specific criteria. So, Executive Producer Hilary Duff did a better-than-average job in putting together a Sex and the City for the 20-something set but not a family movie.
Watching the movie, it's amazing people--women in particular--aren't reacting more. I am truly sad that I actually lasted till the end of this pathetic excuse of a movie. But, as a piece of disposable romcom junk-food, you could do a whole lot worse that this. This film is an epic failure! But, Liam is so hot, he's sure to be a distraction! The writing is so heinously bad. However, they all seem to line up to date her as she is beautiful. A freelance writer looking for romance sells a story to Cosmopolitan magazine about finding love in the workplace and goes undercover at a Finance Company. You will literally find films of better quality than this little piece on the Hallmark Channel during any season at any time of day or night.
I'm not even sure how i managed to get through the whole movie. . Whatever you choose, I enjoy hearing from you! The result is this film. Quite literally the most offensive depiction of women ever printed to film. To complete her article, she has to concentrate on romancing a white-collar gent! And that stupid list of hers? I kind of wanted to call her parents or something. It was so pathetic, I just gave up. And I wonder why she have to put a curtain in her out-way working area? That would of course happen! It's just a bit daft and highly frivolous, living up to every dumb twist you foresee and with entertainment value that is passable only by the medium's lax standards.
Lane fibs her way into a great job, through a creative resume and interview. I cannot believe I've even wasted 45 minutes to watch what I hate. He's got a British accent, a witty personality, an exciting job as a record producer, and a firm body. You will then find buttons to edit both your email and your password, unless you registered with Facebook, Twitter or Google in which case it is then not possible to amend these. I would even be willing to forgive all of that. However, we're no longer in junior high; Duff has grown up and, accordingly, her character here orders lady drinks and has sex. Beyond them have laid disappointments Raise Your Voice, Material Girls and obscure fare that barely played in theaters War, Inc.