Handsome and charming pharmaceutical rep Jamie (Jake Gyllenhaal) falls head over heels for radiant free spirit Maggie (Anne Hathaway), and together the two people who never thought they would fall in love discover that their intense chemistry is more powerful than any drug on the market. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Had some nice set pieces and Gyllenhaal acts out of his shoes. My main issue was that the movie didn't know what it wanted to be - comedy or sad drama. I am also amazed that Pfeizer allowed their name to be used like this - I know it's what they do (and I don't agree with it) but I am surprised they were happy to have it shown on film. Oh and one other thing - to all of you that "didn't like the nudity or loose morality". . . . get a life will you? There's a studio for people like you, it's called "Disney".
Very cute. Love Jake and Anne. Took very seriously the "I can't ask you to take care of me because I'm ill" message. It happens. I think that part of the movie was well portrayed. When we're young all we think about is now; not what happens tomorrow in the sense that hot romantic attraction may fade and need caring support. I liked the movie and thought seeing how a pharmaceutical rep does his day quite interesting.