Something Borrowed (2011)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Friendships are tested and secrets come to the surface when terminally single Rachel falls for Dex, her best friend Darcy's fiancé.


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  • Kate Hudson at an event for Something Borrowed (2011)
  • Ginnifer Goodwin and John Krasinski in Something Borrowed (2011)
  • Ginnifer Goodwin and Colin Egglesfield in Something Borrowed (2011)
  • Steve Howey and John Krasinski in Something Borrowed (2011)
  • Kate Hudson at an event for Something Borrowed (2011)
  • Colin Egglesfield in Something Borrowed (2011)

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21 March 2012 | jemimah_reyes
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| Good, but I've seen better.
I have been a fan of romantic comedies ever since I could remember. I just love the feeling that I get when I see happy endings not only in movies but also in real life. So when this movie came out, I immediately grabbed my friend to watch this because I couldn't hold my curiosity any longer. Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski, and a Tom Cruise look alike that is Colin Egglesfield, very intimidating cast, yes? This is a very light romantic comedy, definitely not the most original one too cos its very predictable and like I said, very light. I love John Kransinski for the most part because he's the character that's in between everyone else, retaining the balance of the movie. I just find his sarcasm very charming, especially towards Darcy, although I'm not sure what started this sort of "feud" between the two (haven't read the book). What I don't get though is how Darcy doesn't notice this thing between Rachel and Dex, until towards the end of the movie. Anyway, I still think the movie is lovely and a must watch for those of you out there who are hopelessly romantic! Its such a feel good movie that will leave you with one thing on your face. A smile! :) Happy viewing!

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