I ignored 'It Could Happen to You' for over 20 years due to lack of interest; I'm not really into most romantic comedies (and I've never been that big a fan of Nicolas Cage).
I finally watched the movie one night on Netflix, though, and it was... fine. Not spectacular, but not terrible. Cage's character comes across as a bit of a "Gary Stu" (or whatever you call male Mary Sues). And, as always, Rosie Perez's voice requires some getting used to (she REALLY turns up the grating here, though I suppose in this case it "works" for her role).
The story is pleasant, and I liked the New York City setting.
The film takes awhile to pick up (I almost gave up on it after the first 10 or 15 minutes), but, ultimately, it's a harmless time-waster -- and will probably appeal to those who enjoy romantic, "fairy tale ending" types of movies. (5/10)