6 Month Rule (2011)

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A womanizer teaches his clueless friend the rules about being single and avoiding emotional attachment.

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4.9/10
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  • Blayne Weaver and Natalie Morales in 6 Month Rule (2011)
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  • Natalie Morales in 6 Month Rule (2011)
  • Natalie Morales in 6 Month Rule (2011)
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  • Vanessa Branch, John Michael Higgins, Blayne Weaver, Patrick J. Adams, and Natalie Morales in 6 Month Rule (2011)

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3 wins.

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18 May 2013 | cliff314
7
| Good movie, well worth viewing
Like some other reviewers, I am surprised at the low rating. We just watched this and thoroughly enjoyed it. It has a strong cast and the characters were well developed. There may have been a few plot points which didn't completely make sense, but certainly no more than other movies of the romantic comedy/drama genre.

Blayne Weaver wrote, directed and played the lead, and did all of those things pretty well. There were some particularly well written scenes. Martin Starr was excellent as his friend Alan, and the very beautiful Natalie Morales as the love interest was very good. Great to see Dave Foley in there (I love News Radio) and Patrick J Adams was fine as the "rock star".

The story line is not as predictable as similar movies, and is all the more believable as a result.

Good movie from a great cast and recommended.

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Opening Weekend:

$1,963 (USA) (3 June 2012)

Gross:

$11,158 (USA) (17 June 2012)

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