Back-Up Plan, The Valentine's Day Edition
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Jennifer Lopez stars as Zoe, a single New Yorker who dreams of meeting Mr. Right, having a baby and living happily ever after. But after a string of Mr. Wrongs, Zoe commits to her back-up plan: an appointment with a specialist and a solo flight into motherhood. Zoe's plan proves far from foolproof when moments after her procedure she's swept up into a whirlwind romance with Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), the man of her dreams. Can Zoe hide her pregnancy until Stan is ready for the truth? Or will the truth send him packing? "The Back-up Plan" is a hilarious romantic comedy about courtship, love, marriage and parenthood - but not necessarily in that order!
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This is your typical romantic comedy - it's easy going, hilarious at times, touching and overall a good movie. I would put it in the same category as: While You Were Sleeping, Sweet Home Alabama, Wedding Planner, etc. Jennifer Lopez looks great and is a pleasure to watch and Alex O'Loughlin matches her perfectly. If you want an easy watch, a heartwarming romantic comedy, then you can't go wrong with this one.
However, sit back and enjoy the twists and turns as Stan and Zoe (Alex O'Loughlin and Jennifer Lopez) anticipate and observe parenthood.
The background is sound is more like a musical review:
"A Beautiful Day"
"Say Hay (I Love You)"
"You Me & The Bourgeoisie"
"Let's Finish (Sinden Remax)"
"Fallin' For You"
"Key to My Heart"
"Sweet Calypso Woman"
"Pizzicato Waltz From Sylvie"
"What a Wonderful World"
"She Drives Me Crazy"
"What is Love?"
I have only seen the Blu-ray version of this presentation so I cannot comment o others. However, some of the scenes would have been better in a much, much lower resolution. There are the standard extras that we just take for garnet are on DVD's as Deleted scenes and the making of. For the socially orientated -Live.
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To be fair, I only watched the first 30 minutes of this movie. Still, I can't believe I watched that much. It was really cheesy and felt really strained for the comedy. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2012 by Molly Gladwell