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Key words here are "used to."He may have made a mistake, as the former NFL cheerleader has also been photographed for FHM, Playboy and Maxim.
She's hot, but it seems as if she's trying to build a baseball team of guys she's dated. Her former boyfriends include Brad Penny, Carl Pavano, Barry Zito, Russell Martin and Tom Glavine.
Here, we only have the Rachel, the woman who betrays her friend (Goodwin); Dex, the fiancé who betrays his love (Egglesfield); and, Darcy, the woman betrayed by both (Hudson).
Typically, you can associate with those cheated on solely through sympathy, but that was made difficult for two reasons: 1) Darcy's a secondary character who seems to always act like that girl who always gets too drunk at college parties; and, 2) The movie constantly acts as if it's going to reveal something negative about her past (spoiler: it does).
I really wanted the movie to end with Rachel going off with someone else, someone who knew what to do from the beginning and didn't stand weakly by and take forever to figure out that love is more important than his father's glare. What's worse is that no one was punished for the horrible betrayal that took place in this movie - they were rewarded.' Something Borrowed' is based on the novel of the same name by Emily Griffin which I've never heard of.
It concerns a group of thirtysomethings as they struggle through a love rectangle or trapezoid or whatever shape is made up by Kate Hudson (' How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days'), Ginnifer Goodwin (' Big Love'), John Krasinski (' The Office'), and the unfortunately named Colin Egglesfield (' Melrose Place').
Some players break up with some of the hottest women in the world.
I watched this because I've always been a fan of GG.
I think she's pretty in a less conventional way, but definitely prettier than Kate Hudson. This movie was one of those ugly duckling movies without the ugly duckling.
Then again, I also wished that fate upon myself for a while to alleviate the misery of watching these monsters.
Clearly, writer Jennie Snyder & director Luke Greenfield, who have both successfully worked in romance before this film, have talent that should carry them through their futures, but a film this unlikable was not their best step forward to that future.