Keith (Hugh Grant) is a washed-up screenwriter who won an award for best Screenplay fifteen years ago. Now, he's divorced, approaching fifty, hasn't written a hit in years, and is going broke. He reluctantly takes a job teaching screenwriting at a small college in New York, but when he falls for mature student and single mother, Holly (Marisa Tomei) teaching doesn't seem such a bad idea after all...
So utterly boring and predictable
- The Rewrite review by RS
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I confess that we gave up early on as this film is so indescribably boring. Grant plays his usual one-dimensional Hugh Grant diffident Englishman. You've seen him in the same role in countless other films. Do yourself a favour and don't even reserve the film.