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The Rebound (2009)

  • Rate: 6.3/10 total 13,862 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Release Date: 16 September 2009 (Mexico)
  • Runtime: 95 min | Germany:97 min (European Film Market)
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The Rebound (2009)


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  • IMDb page: The Rebound (2009)
  • Rate: 6.3/10 total 13,862 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Release Date: 16 September 2009 (Mexico)
  • Runtime: 95 min | Germany:97 min (European Film Market)
  • Filming Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Gross: $21,790,414(Worldwide)(13 February 2011)
  • Director: Bart Freundlich
  • Stars: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Justin Bartha and Andrew Cherry
  • Original Music By: Clint Mansell   
  • Soundtrack: And So It Goes
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS (as Datasat Digital Sound)
  • Plot Keyword: 2010s | Older Woman Younger Man Relationship | Family Relationships | Cheating Husband | Singing In A Car

Writing Credits By:

  • Bart Freundlich (written by)

Known Trivia

  • ‘Joanna Gleason”s character Roberta refer’s to previously being employed at Ralph Lauren. A reference to her part in the TV show, Friends in which she played Rachael’s boss at Ralph Lauren.
  • Aram suggests naming their child “Ira” which is Art Garfunkel’s middle name.

Goofs: Factual errors: When Aram is bowling with Frank Jr. and Sadie, the scores are shown briefly. The score for Aram in the fourth frame should be 66 but it shows 65.

Plot: In New York City, a single mom captivates her new neighbor, a much younger man. Full summary » |  »

Story: Sandy, upon discovering her husband's infidelity while watching her son's birthday video, leaves the suburbs and moves into the city. She gets an apartment that's above a coffee house where she befriends one of the workers, Aram, a guy whose wife only married him so she could get a green card. Aram's family thinks he's wasting his life and education by working in the coffee house. Soon after moving into the apartment, Sandy hires Aram to be her nanny while she takes on work for the first time since her children where born. It isn't long when Aram and Sandy find they get along wonderfully and start to date. But the question is: is their relationship real or is it, in fact, just a rebound for both of them?Written by  


Synopsis: Newly single mum Sandy (Catherine Zeta Jones) moves to New York to start over. She hires a male nanny (Justin Bartha from The Hangover) to look after the kids. Hes 25-years old. And cute. Theres great chemistry between them and its not long before they see a lot more of each other. Things get complicated when they get into an intimate relationship.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Antonin Dedet known as line producer
  • Lori Keith Douglas known as co-producer
  • Bart Freundlich known as producer
  • Mark Gill known as producer
  • Michael Goguen known as executive producer
  • Diloy Gülün known as supervising producer
  • Anadil Hossain known as line producer: international unit
  • Robert Katz known as producer
  • Tim Perell known as producer
  • Neil Sacker known as executive producer
  • Mario Zvan known as line producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones known as Sandy
  • Justin Bartha known as Aram Finklestein
  • Andrew Cherry known as Frank Jr. – age 7
  • Kelly Gould known as Sadie – age 9
  • Lynn Whitfield known as Laura Reilly
  • Kate Jennings Grant known as Daphne
  • Rob Kerkovich known as Mitch
  • Sam Robards known as Frank
  • John Schneider known as Trevor
  • Joanna Gleason known as Roberta Finklestein
  • Art Garfunkel known as Harry Finklestein
  • Stephanie Szostak known as Alice Marnier
  • Marcel Simoneau known as Henri
  • Eliza Callahan known as Sadie – age 15 (as Eliza Barry Callahan)
  • Rehan Yadav known as Zeke Finklestein – age 5
  • Alice Playten known as Sensei Dana
  • Mitch Greenberg known as Rabbi (as Mitchell Greenberg)
  • Saidah Arrika Ekulona known as Lateefah
  • Megan Byrne known as Molly Foster
  • Elliot Villar known as Yael
  • Lawrence Stallings known as Brent
  • Steve Park known as John Reynolds (as Stephen Park)
  • Dan Ziskie known as Ken Gordon (as Daniel Ziskie)
  • Jon Norman Schneider known as Runner
  • David Ross known as Male Colleague
  • Randy Frye known as Himself
  • Ngo Okafor known as Himself (as NGO Okafor)
  • Alfred Cole known as Himself (as Alfred 'Ike' Cole)
  • Benjamin Esteves known as Boxing Referee
  • Ron Scott Stevens known as Ring Announcer
  • Thomas Middleditch known as Maverick
  • Derek Milman known as Actor #1
  • Richard DiBella known as Actor #2
  • Michael Chernus known as Actor #3 / Twentysomething #1
  • Lauren Blumenfeld known as Actor #4
  • Carmen M. Herlihy known as Actor #5 / Twentysomething #3
  • Kate Cullen Roberts known as Twentysomething #2
  • Jordan Carlos known as Twentysomething #4
  • John Ellison Conlee known as Stage Manager
  • Skai Jackson known as Museum Little Girl #1
  • Zoe O'Grady known as Museum Little Girl #2
  • Liv Freundlich known as Kid #1 (as Liv Helen Moore-Freundlich)
  • Eyalan Owona known as Kid #2
  • Fatima Ptacek known as Mozambique Girl #1
  • Hudson Hooton known as Nantucket Boy #1
  • Zabryna Guevara known as Teacher at Museum
  • Lisa Paige Robinson known as Susie
  • Marisa Redanty known as Finn
  • Tom Riis Farrell known as Terrence
  • Veanne Cox known as Haley
  • Samantha Ivers known as Cinnamon
  • Jason Olshan known as Band Leader
  • Stephen Plekan known as Band Member #1
  • Matt Williamson known as Band Member #2
  • David B. McTiernan known as Band Member #3
  • Helen Coxe known as Sweatsuit
  • Cyrus Guo known as Kid in Self Defense Class
  • Jeremy Shamos known as Bill
  • Adam Grupper known as Randy
  • Kacy Duke known as Spin Teacher
  • Rachel Parker known as Yoga Instructor
  • Hazel Anne Raymundo known as Nurse
  • Peter Francis James known as Doctor
  • Perry Silver known as Bellman (as Perry Branin Silver)
  • William Schloesser known as Homeless Man / Flasher (as Bill Schloesser)
  • Tyree Michael Simpson known as Principal at Sadie's School (as Tyree M. Simpson)
  • Harriette Mandeville known as Teacher
  • Heidi Blickenstaff known as Morning Mom
  • Frank Root known as Boring Interview Guy
  • Donna Chetty known as Executive Assistant
  • Gabrielle Sterbenz known as Kissing Girl
  • Marc Alan Austen known as Rabbi's Cousin
  • William Broderick known as Daphne's Husband
  • Thomas Fitzsimmons known as Muffin Man
  • Jonathan Freeman known as Blind Date
  • Saadet Aksoy known as Turkis girl in café (as Saadet Isil Aksoy)
  • Akut Metin known as Boy with Blue Shirt – Turkey
  • Jonny Arriola known as Waiter – Paris
  • Celia Asensio known as Girlfriend – Paris
  • Victor Rannou Carn known as Boyfriend – Paris
  • James P. Anderson known as Ringside Highroller (uncredited)
  • Quarles Antoine known as Boxing Match Attendee (uncredited)
  • Steve Antonucci known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Paul Basile known as Goth Hipster (uncredited)
  • Laura Lynn Berrios known as SNN Office Co-Worker (uncredited)
  • Robert Bizik known as TV Sports Announcer (uncredited)
  • David Boston known as Night Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Danny Boushebel known as VIP Boxing Match Fan (uncredited)
  • Gail Bugeja known as Parent / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Daniel Burress known as Coffee Shop Hipster (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Butler known as Bowler (uncredited)
  • Alana Cadiz known as Girl in Pop Burger (uncredited)
  • Kevin Cannon known as Urinating Homeless Man (uncredited)
  • Gary Cherkassky known as Club Dancer (uncredited)
  • Jake Cherry known as Frank Jr. – age 13 (uncredited)
  • Peter Conboy known as Museum Staff (uncredited)
  • Lisamarie Costabile known as Lead Yoga Student (uncredited)
  • Sara DeRosa known as Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
  • Ramon Flowers known as Transvestite (uncredited)
  • Roy William Gardner known as Kissing Man (uncredited)
  • Kelvin Hale known as TV Sports Announcer (uncredited)
  • Johnathan Hallgrey known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Adesuwa Addy Iyare known as Boxing fan (uncredited)
  • Edward M. Kelahan known as Ringside High Roller (uncredited)
  • Tony Kost known as Ringside High Roller (uncredited)
  • Joe Mancini known as High Roller (uncredited)
  • Gregory Marcel known as Trapeze Student (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Markey known as Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
  • Danielle McKee known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Chris Miskiewicz known as Hipster (uncredited)
  • Erik-Anders Nilsson known as Teachers Aid (uncredited)
  • Rich Odell known as Boxing Commisioner (uncredited)
  • Loukas Papas known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Adam S. Phillips known as Sportscaster (uncredited)
  • Nick Poltoranin known as Senior TV (uncredited)
  • Peter Riga known as Airport Traveler (uncredited)
  • Danny Salomon known as Boxing Fan (uncredited)
  • Tom Stratford known as Shopper (uncredited)
  • Isaiah Varisano known as Boxing Fan (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Francesca Buccellato known as personal makeup artist: Catherine Zeta-Jones
  • Jean Henry known as key hair stylist
  • Jenn 'Jorge' Nelson known as makeup artist
  • Sacha Quarles known as personal hair stylist: Catherine Zeta Jones
  • Julie Teel known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Abariss Culjak known as assistant props
  • Caroline Ghertler known as assistant set decorator
  • Joanna Hartell known as set dresser
  • Mario Herrera known as charge scenic artist
  • Heesoo Kim known as assistant art director
  • Martin Lasowitz known as property master
  • Alanna Levy known as art department coordinator
  • Eugene Melvin known as second on-set dresser (as Eugene J. Melvin Jr.)
  • Michael Lee Nirenberg known as painter
  • Fanny Pereire known as art consultant
  • Brieann Rich known as construction medic
  • Kyle Salvatore known as set dresser
  • Joel Weaver known as assistant property master




Production Companies:

  • Film Department, The (presents)
  • Process Productions (as Process)
  • A&F Productions
  • Blue Sky Films (Production Services)

Other Companies:

  • Act One Script Clearance  script research
  • David Haddad  transportation equipment
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Elizabeth Bardsley & Associates  standards review
  • Film Finances  completion guarantor
  • Grant Wilfley Casting  extras casting
  • Haddad's  transportation equipment
  • Le Vestiaire  costume rental
  • Momentous Insurance Brokerage  insurance
  • Movie Movers  cast trailers
  • Movie Movers  hair and make-up trailers
  • Movie Movers  transportation
  • Pictorvision  aerial camera system
  • Postworks New York  HD dailies
  • RedStart Design  select jewelry


  • Alfa Films (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Aurum Producciones (2010) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • Cathay-Keris Films (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Innoform Media (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Paradiso Entertainment (2009) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Paradiso (2009) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Paradiso (2009) (Luxembourg) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Rézo Films (2010) (France) (theatrical)
  • TOBIS Film (2009) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Viva International Pictures (2010) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2009) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Weinstein Company, The (2009) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Audio Visual Entertainment (2010) (Greece) (all media)
  • Bioscop (2009) (Czech Republic) (all media)
  • Bioscop (2009) (Slovakia) (all media)
  • CM Entertainment (2009) (South Korea) (all media)
  • D Productions (2009) (Turkey) (all media)
  • Eagle Films (2009) (non-USA) (all media) (Middle East)
  • Imagem Filmes (2009) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Momentum Pictures (2010) (UK) (all media)
  • Paradiso Home Entertainment (2010) (Belgium) (DVD)
  • Paradiso Home Entertainment (2010) (Luxembourg) (DVD)
  • Paradiso Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Universum Film (UFA) (2010) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2012) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:
  • Peter Amante known as visual effects artist
  • John Bair known as visual effects supervisor: Guerilla FX
  • Vivian Connolly known as visual effects producer
  • Mark Russell known as visual effects supervisor
  • Scott Winston known as digital compositor

Release Date:

  • Germany 6 February 2009 (European Film Market)
  • Mexico 16 September 2009
  • Israel 17 September 2009
  • Netherlands 24 September 2009
  • Indonesia 30 September 2009
  • Kazakhstan 1 October 2009
  • Russia 1 October 2009
  • Brazil 16 October 2009
  • Poland 16 October 2009
  • Japan 17 October 2009 (Tokyo International Film Festival)
  • Thailand 29 October 2009
  • Belgium 11 November 2009
  • Japan 27 November 2009
  • Egypt 16 December 2009
  • Bulgaria 25 December 2009
  • Austria 29 December 2009
  • Croatia 31 December 2009
  • Germany 31 December 2009
  • Philippines 8 January 2010
  • South Korea 11 March 2010
  • Australia 18 March 2010
  • Argentina 25 March 2010
  • Serbia and Montenegro 25 March 2010
  • Turkey 9 April 2010
  • Italy 11 June 2010 (TV premiere)
  • UK 23 June 2010 (Edinburgh Film Festival)
  • Greece 1 July 2010
  • Hungary 22 July 2010
  • UK 23 July 2010
  • Spain 30 July 2010
  • Peru 12 August 2010
  • France 17 November 2010
  • Singapore 3 February 2011
  • Portugal 22 March 2012

MPAA: Rated R for language, some sexual content and brief drug use



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. yoghurtgirl from Los Angeles, California
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    This is one of the best romantic comedies I have seen in years. I wentto see this with a friend of mine who's in his upper thirties and I'min my mid twenties and we both laughed so hard. There's none of thecommercial, fake feel some romantic comedies have, or the ones that tryto be funny and are not, this is a daring romantic comedy, really intune with our times that breaks with some stereotypes.

    Great acting, both by the adults and the kids (you can't help fallingin love with Justin Bartha and this is some of the best performancesI've seen from Catherine Zeta Jones, like a million times better thanIntolerable Cruelty), interesting storyline, nice imagery of New YorkCity and a movie I want to see again!

    I hope it gets a wide release soon.

  2. eanthon from Los Angeles, CA
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    I went to see this at a screening this week and took a friend, I'm 33,he's 23… perfect "couple" for this film. We both enjoyed the film andfound it in the same vein as some of the great romantic comedies. Ilove that older women can still be attractive and younger men can "stepup" to the responsibility of being with a woman with kids. Some guyfriends said that was a deal breaker for them. I am certain that withthis film you will see more relationships with older women/younger menout in the open. Best part of the film was when Aram & Sandy were goingat it on the couch while her kids were asleep. They are caught in theact when Frank Jr. comes out and asks "Did you just pee on my mom?" Ithink our entire theatre died of laughter. Oh the trials of dating whenyou have kids!

  3. collipal-1 from Argentina
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    The movies which are most difficult for me to write a review about arenot those which provoke nausea because of their horrible technical andcreative quality; neither are those which renew my faith in cinema withan unusual display of greatness.The most difficult movies to write areview about are the simply mediocre ones, which provide the minimumquantity of entertainment in order not to get us bored, but without anyambition of transcending that basic function and say something more, ormake us feel something.The Rebound is one of those movies.

    Bart Freundlich's direction is too bland and impersonal, because hedoes not bring too much passion to his work.On the positive side fromThe Rebound, we have the naturalness in the characters and theirattitudes.I was very grateful not to see "meet cute" (the casual andfunny first encounter between the main characters), or ridiculouspublic humiliations to show the love between the couple, or artificialobstacles in the romance to create suspense about the invariablereconciliation.Well, there are obstacles, but they feel more honest andrealistic for being based on the age difference between the two maincharacters.And even though Catherine Zeta-Jones and Justin Bartha arenot a precisely blistering couple, their affinity and attraction feelcredible.

    It is definitely a paradox, but I think those positive elements alsoare fails from the movie.I did not feel too much interest in the futurefrom the couple, or in their evolution.Zeta-Jones and Bartha make adecent work, but the screenplay does not give them too much todo.Talking about Zeta-Jones, the only specific moment which endures inmy memory is a scene in which her character goes to a class ofself-defense, and she fights against a "criminal" disguised as a Sumowrestler.That scene was obviously designed for provoking laughs, butthere is a moment in which we see intense emotion and frustrationbecause of her recent divorce in the main character's eyes.It was onthat moment when I remembered that Zeta-Jones can be a very competentactress when she works with the right material, so it was a bit of apity to see her relatively wasted during the rest of the film, becauseher talent goes further.

    In summary, I think I can give a slight recommendation to The Rebound,mainly because it is never boring.But at the same time it is moderatelyentertaining, it is also bland and absolutely forgettable.

  4. csutherwood from United Kingdom
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    I just watched this movie and thought go on Chris get on IMDb (for thefirst time) and review this movie. Where do I start……far too manytimes do you watch a movie because of tonnes of media and press, butthis ain't even had a UK release yet. It was so cool, I love filmsfilmed in New York always feels xmasy to me. Zeta Jones is so good onscreen hard to think she came from Swansea (down the road from where ilive) The dude from National Treasure is a bit wet but that sort offits in with todays modern man I think. He sweeps Zeta off her feetwith the love and emotion that she craves after a suburban hellishmarriage. The kids are well funny and from someone who is on the brinkof having kids this movie gave me the confidence to believe in myfamily to come soon. Catch this movie I am 33 and cant wait for my g/fto watch it, I hope she enjoys it as much as I did.

  5. sree-howlett from Hertfordshire, England
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    Justin Bartha finally bags a lead role and what's better than teamingup with the ever green Catherine Zeta Jones Douglas. A decent dramacomedy and romance with unexpected dialogs – reflection of reality is abit scary. You don't get a lot of movies like this one these days.Every time you see something close to reality, you get grossed out orend up calling it "weird" and the romantic parts from this movie isnicely done as well. With a wide range of cast including ART GARFUNKELhave all done a great job. Highly recommended! I'm very happy fortalented Justin Bartha as I've been waiting to see him in movies thatoffer him good roles and more screen time.

  6. spectrelives from Melbourne, Australia
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    I went into the movie with low expectations. Wasn't hard, given it hasbeen slammed by most critics and the pretentious on RottonTomatoes.This was not helped by a rushed, detached start which made me feeldoubtful that the movie would pick up from there.

    However, The Rebound quickly takes a swift turn for the feel-good dramaand I was very impressed as it became not only a light romantic comedybut more a well-thought, rounded character drama with all sorts oflittle sub-plots, rich character development, great performances, and agenuine likability to every part of the movie. It was just very welldone and the rest did not feel rushed at all. If only it had been about10 minutes longer at the start to get us to really feel that too,instead of brushing aside the seriousness of it as if it were aslapstick laugh-job, it would've scored another star or two.

    Definitely go see it if you liked "500 Days Of Summer". And go see "500Days of Summer" if you haven't already. Are you kidding me?!

  7. Moobee from London
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    for a person who never have special feeling toward CatherineZeta-Jones, this piece of work of her playing a middle aged mother istruly the best one from her career as far as I believe. Justin Barthais also the main reason makes this story believable. one of the greatexample of how right casts can push a B level of the production, scriptand its director to even possibly work. there are some good moments butmost of the time one just so much hope the director can go deeper andbuild on characters in a much more personal angles, sadly he did't.without these two main actors, the movie would be a 4-5 out of 10 pieceof work.

  8. gazzalere from United Kingdom
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    Okay well as a guy who for many years now has dated and been with olderwomen I just had to go and watch this film. Not only does it star twogreat actors, Catharine Zeta Zones and Justin Barber but there are alsotwo amazing young kids that add to the humour and inspiration behindthe story. As you can tell from the films trailer it's about a lad whois in his early 20's and becomes attracted to a newly separated womanin her late 40's. There are many websites and viewers that have triedslating this film but personally I think that's just down to the waythe public look at older younger relationships. For a comedy film basedaround the term older younger relationship it was very funny andreminded me a lot of the 80's comedy films from John Hughes, go watchthis film if you're after a fun and frantic 95mins of comedy.

  9. colin_coyne from London
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    The REBOUND is a romantic comedy, that follows the story of Sandy(Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones – Chicago, The Mask of Zorro series,Entrapment, Traffic) as a happily contented wife and mother – that oneday comes across a revealing video on her computer of her husbandhaving an affair with another woman. She leaves the family home andtakes her two children to start afresh in New York – looking for workwithin her favourite pastime (sports statistics) – and living in anapartment above a coffee shop.

    At the same time, Aram (Justin Bartha) – who works in the coffee shop,is just getting over his new french bride dumping him – as soon asshe's achieved her "green card" status.

    Sandy and Aram lives get more and more interwoven when she needs a babysitter and they gradually get closer and closer.

    Her friends want Sandy to start dating again – and Aram's parents wanthim to make more of himself – all claiming that they are both on therebound … but, there is much more going on …

    Adequately directed by Bart Freundlich, and very well acted by the Mainleads – this story moves along well and is one of the better chickflicks out there – and, as always, it stands or falls on the chemistryof the main actors (which works in this case) – and as usual all thebest one-liners come from the two children

    "Sometimes you need to travel the world – to discover what you reallyneeded all along was right here at home …"

    I would say that for it class and genre, that this would be asuccessful movie and is recommended as a romantic comedy

  10. Smeesmeesmee from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 3:47 am

    I watched this movie on a whim and was extremely impressed. It quicklybecame a new favorite of mine. I have seen several reviews that aregiving this movie completely unfair reviews. I mean seriously, you'regoing to grade a comedy based on the camera work? A comedy has one job- To make you laugh. With that said this movie will do that, a lot. Ialso see a lot of people giving this a lower review because of a slowstart but I don't see it. If you really can't handle a movie taking tenminutes to introduce the characters and set up the story then just gowatch stupid videos on youtube and leave the movie community alone. Thefinal gripe I see is that the characters are unlikable, which I alsodon't see. The characters in this movie are great depictions of twopeople who have just been through a bad break-up. Aram is a verylikable young man who is slightly adrift in life because he is recentlydivorced and has a lot of trouble relating to people his age mostlikely because the one friend he does seem to have commits 90% of hisdialogue to sex for example at one point Aram asks "Do you ever thinkabout kids?" and he replies "I think about making them all the time"and proceeds to hump a nearby counter. Sandy is also slightly adriftbecause of a recent breakup with her husband of several years so shenow finds herself single, forced to move, and find a job all prettymuch immediately. The two meet when Sandy moves into an apartment abovea coffee shop where Aram works and he is eventually talked intobabysitting for the family as well. Romance ensues if you couldn'tguess. Overall the story is pretty solid. So all that there is left todiscuss is the comedy so here is what i will say, If you think it isfunny to see people in those giant sumo suits getting the crap kickedout of them, or someone being so bad at bowling they can't hit a singlepin, or someone using a port-a-potty in the middle of a date and stilltalking to the girl amidst several farts, then you will like it. (Don'tworry that's not all the funny stuff in the movie) The final thing Iwanted to talk about was the ending so SPOILERS! Yes of course theybreak-up the point of this movie is that this is a rebound. What thatrelationship did for both of them was get them out of their rut, itreally saved both of their lives. Sandy got a career of the ground, andAram finally took some time to figure his life out and basically gothis crap together. Once the two of them got everything else taken careof then they could get together but before then it wouldn't haveworked. The movie is much more realistic than most and I applaud it forthat.

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