Even though the whole thing did look pretty bad, since I have a weak spot for Camilla Belle, I thought I might as well give it a try. Indeed, with such a lame title and poster, you already know beforehand what you are going to get. During the opening credits, I discovered that it was actually a modern version of ‘Sense and Sensibility’ which made it even worse since I also knew the main lines of the plot even before anything actually took place. The fact that this movie was just way too long for its own good didn’t help either. Concerning Camilla Belle, it is yet another disappointing flick on her résumé and even though she always looks charming and all, she definitely has to pick some better projects if she wants to be taken seriously at some point. Eventually, I was above pleasantly surprised to see Alexa Vega, yes the little girl from ‘Spy Kids’, all grown up but that was basically the only really positive thing I could think of while watching this. The main issue with these kind of movies is that the makers don’t take the subject seriously at all so you eventually end up with something terribly fluffy and underwhelming and since the makers don’t really care about the subject, why should you? To conclude, I have seen worse but it is still a rather lame romantic-comedy and it is not really worth a look, I’m afraid.