Summary: Going the Distance (2004): Dir: Mark Griffiths / Cast: Christopher Jacot, Joanne Kelly, Shawn Roberts, Ryan Belleville, Jason Priestley: With Avril Lavigne making a cameo the studio hopes to lure in the teens that make up most of her fan base.
Summary: Garrett and Erin start their relationship without any expectation until Erin has to go back to San Francisco and leave Garrett in New York. Instead of dropping their relationship, the two decided to continue with a long-distance relationship.
Excerpt: "Maya! Statue!" Drew Barrymore is Erin, a lonely journalist who encounters Garrett (Justin Long), a talent scout for a record company, on the night he is drowning his sorrows after splitting up with his girlfriend.
Summary: to be honest,when i started watching this,i thought it was going to be one of those wannabe romantic comedies.but you know what,this movie was not that bad at all.Justin long and Drew barrymore feel real,they actually feel like people who would be in love.and of course the funny friends of justin...
Summary: Wow, who'd thought it. An underground film that has a pop star in it is an advertisement to lameness. Fortunately, this one is the exception. The story and the casting here are very similar to "American Pie", but better written.
Excerpt: An ultra-hip modern day chick-flick, "Going the Distance" was not as wretched as I originally assumed it would be. Justin Long and Drew Barrymore have a great amount of rapport together on screen, despite the age difference, and the chemistry just seems to work.
I don't watch ANYTHING twice, but I might do it for this for the laughs
15 August 2010
Summary: Going the Distance was amazingly cute. I kept expecting it to go tragically corny and predictable, and it did... But it did it in such a fresh and funny way I'd watch it again. I did enjoy the Canadian angle, that they never diluted, or make a joke of being Canadian.