I was at Megamall earlier and I saw a large poster for this movie
outside the theaters. Despite the awful title, the premise was interesting enough, about a guy (Paul Rudd) who is head-over-heels for an older woman played by Michelle Pfeiffer (uso daw ngayon yun eh), but the real clincher was the fact that Amy Heckerling wrote and directed the movie.
I looked up some information about the movie, and was surprised that it had already been released in various parts of the world earlier this year, with the film preceding Stardust
as Michelle Pfeiffer's comeback film, but it was only released in the US last November. It was also odd that this was only Amy Heckerling's second film since Clueless
. The other one? Loser
. Odd, I know.
So why did it take the producers that long to release the film? It can't be *that* bad, can it? I mean, Amy Heckerling's got some stinkers on her resume, but she directed Fast Times at Ridgemont High
. The film's also got Michelle Pfeiffer, who's a goddess, and Paul Rudd, who is simply AWESOME (I mean, look at his IMDB page
). Plus, there's a murderer's row in the supporting roles- Tracey Ullman, Fred Willard, Jon Lovitz, and Henry Winkler. Bakit nga kaya?