This movie felt like someone said "how can we copy Groundhog Day" and yet be different. Walking down the street before the wedding had the same feel as GHD but with different people and events. Learning new talents - again, same feel, but different talents. Same with doing good deeds. I absolutely love GHD as shown by how often I've watched it.
Like Bill Murray's Phil, Rebecca was obnoxious and even a bit mean. But she wasn't the only one so the annoying meter was dialed up a bit high. Yet there were a number of funny moments. And of course a love story. I thought the ending was a bit anticlimactic albeit necessary.
Having said all that, the movie isn't as bad as some people have made it out to be. If it didn't so blatantly plagiarize GHD, I would probably give it a 7 or 8. It's watchable. This is actually a revision of my original review and I appreciated my second watching more than the first.