A Lot Like Love, Review
A Lot Like Love
2005, **, Romantic Comedy
This is definitely not your typical Kutcher film. It's not that complete moron Michael Kelso from that 70's show or the other moron who can't find his car (Dude Where's My Car?, Ashton Kutcher, Sean William Scott). Ashton is toned down a bit from his usual antics.
It's definitely a "funky kind of love" that Kutcher (Oliver) and Amanda Peet (Emily) show for one another from the start. They abruptly get together in the bathroom of an airplane. Now, saying that would make you think it was a one time deal, but these two seem to hit if off "so to speak".
Over the next couple years they get back together each time because one of them has gone through a break up and the other needs companionship. It seems as though they are destined to be together but neither will admit to it. Although the story does drag here and there you will definitely appreciate the funny moments throughout the story. From road trips, photos, hang outs, bad break ups filled with heartache, the quirky pair finally make their decision about one another once and for all.