Single File by Susan Deitz
After He's Just Not That Into You made $94 million by being tied to a holiday (Valentine's Day) in 2009, New Line Cinema — a division of Warner Brothers — decided to try and repeat the formula by creating a project called Valentine's Day.
DEAR SUSAN: I've always heard that in the long run, a man doesn't value a woman who pursues him nearly as much as he values the woman he is pursuing. (If you have to chase him, he's just not into you. I could have written the film's screenplay!)
They make comics, phrases (“Friends With Benefits,” “He's Just Not That Into You”) or holidays (“New Year's Eve,” “Valentine's Day”) and attach scripts that are often dreadful. Hazanavicius has made a witty, moving and joyous romance about a dashing
If you are wondering if your guy is on the fence, but are unsure of whether you should jet, here are 14 telltale signs that he is just not that into you. If anyone you are seeing exhibits a significant number of these traits, it is time to
Following He's Just Not That Into You and Valentine's Day, this dopey jumble of star-packed sketches — set just before the Times Square ball drops — is the most shallow and insipid effort so far. In one sequence, a womanizer (Josh Duhamel) drives