Movie Review: Life as we Know it.

I went to see the movie “Life as we know it” yesterday.

It was ok i suppose. The opening credits were butchered as usual. The story is not that original and reminded me of Kate Hudsons’s movie “Raising Helen” and another similar movie that i cannot recall right now. It did draw some laughs from the audience but is it a movie i would be willing to watch again? No. Is it a movie i would want to treasure on DVD? I don’t think so. A good time passer but that’s about it. At least it’s better than “The American”.

4 responses to this post.

  1. most romantic comedies are becoming so expected and cliche-ish! like u said a time passer..i actually watched it bcoz i love katherine heigl so much!


    • Posted by danderma on December 8, 2010 at 11:25 AM

      Exactly it’s like watching raising helen meet 3 men and a little baby… so you are new to handling a baby o you are expected to feed and wash her… nothing very funny about that anymore!!!

      I like Katherine Heigl but i also think she would be better off a drama actor instead of a comedy actor…


  2. 7aram 3alaich hehe I loved the movie and cracked up on it, I was about to choke in one of the scenes mn kether ma I was laughing hehe…

    Bs it was really butchered in the cinema :/ O aham shay ena some words slipped by the censorship committee… What sucked for me was the fact that children the age of 9-14 were there and I don’t think this is a suitable movie for them.


    • Posted by danderma on December 8, 2010 at 11:26 AM

      They only butcher what they see… they don’t care about swear words or bad phrases… then again if they butcher those as well there would be nothing left for us to see now at all would it?!


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