"Definitely, Maybe" Movie Review

“Definitely, Maybe” Movie Review
By Michael Aaron Gallagher

Rating: 3 Stars (Out of 5 Stars)

In life, sometimes it takes a little longer than you anticipated, to end up where you want to be. And the journey we take to get there, with all of its unexpected surprises, brings us back to where we belong.

Love isn’t like the movies. It isn’t a fairytale with witty banter and effortless romance, neatly tied up with the perfect happy ending. It’s a mystery, with choices and decisions and hope. “Definitely, Maybe” doesn’t follow the worn-out formula of most contemporary romantic comedies, but it still manages to be a movie you could watch over again.

It makes you wonder what might have happened, or what could happen, or what will happen next in your own life. It leaves you wishing you could be the star in someone’s next diary pages. And it reminds you that when the timing is right, the moments you thought were gone, can one day return again.

Abigail Breslin (Left) and Ryan Reynolds (Right) Star in “Definitely, Maybe”
Photo Credit: Andrew Schwartz
Copyright: © 2008 Universal Studios. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Written and Directed by Adam Brooks, and staring Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”) in yet another endearing performance, “Definitely, Maybe” is one of those late-night, curl-up-on-the-couch-with-someone-special and try to solve the mystery, kind of romances. But it’s okay if you don’t figure it out until the end, because after all, isn’t that what love is all about?

“Definitely, Maybe” is now available on DVD.

“Definitely, Maybe” Movie Review
Copyright © 2008 by Michael Aaron Gallagher
Photograph: Courtesy of Universal Studios

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