Conclusion: The Life As We Know It Blu-Ray is a combo pack with the DVD and Digital Copy. All the adjectives I can think of to describe it are synonyms for cute – sweet, delightful, endearing, charming, etc. I’m interested to know if my husband will like it nearly as much as I did.
Excerpt: When a movie deserves credit, you give it. So, Life as We Know It starts off great. Messer (Josh Duhamel) and Holly (Katherine Heigl) end up together on a blind date, the single most mismatched couple on the planet.
Excerpt: There's definitely a female slant to this story and my wife enjoyed this much more than I did, but watching nearly two hours of Heigl in high-definition certainly makes up for the far-fetched story.
Conclusion: I guess to like this movie you have to completely buy into its phony-baloney premise that two single people could be coerced by someone's will to live together and take care of a kid. Sorry, that's not happening in the real world.
Excerpt: Holly is an up-and-coming caterer and Messer is a promising network sports director. After a disastrous first date, all they have in common is their dislike for each other and their love for their goddaughter Sophie.
Summary: Trial number 2 has come and gone. I have but one more tale to spin in my romantic trilogy of terror. This tale involved a car crash, baby spewage and Katherine Heigl attempting to act anything besides annoying. She didn’t do too well.
Excerpt: Life As We Know It seems to promise something a little different in the romantic comedy mold, from the blatantly tragic set-up involving a car crash to the fact that a baby, a real-live baby, will be a central character in the piece.
Excerpt: There's something about Katherine Heigl's big screen output lately that's become absolutely intolerable. Once thought to be a bright, sharp young actress, Heigl has settled into making dreadfully grating romantic comedies, pitching her charisma to a female audience seemingly ravenous for tales of...
Excerpt: Does America now demand its onscreen sweethearts to be brittle, snappish, and impeccably tailored and coiffed? That’s the gamble on which Katherine Heigl has staked her career since breaking out from the Grey’s Anatomy ensemble with Knocked Up .