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This week's reviewed movie is:
It's Complicated




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I found the film It's Complicated refreshing to watch for a middle-aged adult romantic comedy that didn't get out of whack with all stupid slapstick dumb silly humor.

I think the best thing I can say about this movie is that I just enjoyed watching -- and had no idea it was going to be this entertaining.

Meryl Streep makes things work by her ability to look, feel, and make things believable.

This film is lots better than the trailer shows.



Meryl Streep's acting skills outweigh the schmaltziness of this rather lightweight romantic comedy about a lonely divorcee dating an architect while having an affair with her ex-husband.

It's not as predictable as you might imagine and contains some extremely funny moments.

Nancy Meyers, writer and director of the adult romantic comedy It's Complicated, stands ready to become the number one top woman director in career domestic box office sales if this movie does well.

This fairy-tale fantasy is about the luck of a middle-aged successful woman who is rich enough to handle a good standard of living after a 19-year marriage that ended in divorce.

The complications and comedy begins when the ex-wife is desired, all over again, by her ex-husband when they bumped into each other at a family graduation.

It seems their intimacy doesn't dissolve just because their union has.

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