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Career-driven single woman Kate Mosley is trying to get ahead in her advertising job and discovers that her boss is more inclined to promote married people. So, in order to impress her boss, she pretends to be engaged to a man she has just met.
105 min
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Film Blather
The characters are one-dimensional and surprisingly shallow, the film is unpleasantly predictable, and the realism factor here is You've gotta be kidding.
May 22, 2003
Common Sense Media
Tired '90s romcom filled with deception, sexual innuendo.
February 03, 2015
There are times when a bad ending doesn't seriously damage a motion picture. This is not one of those.
January 01, 2000
Juicy Cerebellum
Not quite bad enough to call rancid, and that's the best I can say for it.
March 04, 2003
Laramie Movie Scope
The main thing that makes it watchable are the performances of Jennifer Aniston, Jay Mohr and Kevin Bacon. The three make an interesting romantic triangle, despite numerous plot problems, such as the story is basically unbelievable.
March 16, 2003
Time Out
[Aniston] has the rare gift of getting you to root for her in the most trying of circumstances, a quality that will stand her in good stead when she progresses to better material.
June 24, 2006
Rolling Stone
Aniston doesn't need dialogue to catch Kate's quicksilver moods. It's the sitcom lines, at the service of a contrived plot, that choke her.
May 11, 2001
San Francisco Chronicle
Aniston comes across like an imitation of a movie star instead of the real thing. She gets less attractive as the film goes on.
January 01, 2000