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(55781) 5.9 89 min 2019

Isn't It Romantic is a movie starring Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, and Adam Devine. A young woman disenchanted with love mysteriously finds herself trapped inside a romantic comedy.

Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, Priyanka Chopra, Rebel Wilson
Comedy, Romance, Fantasy
Todd Strauss-Schulson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Romance, Fantasy
Director Todd Strauss-Schulson
Writer Erin Cardillo, Dana Fox, Katie Silberman, Erin Cardillo
Stars Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, Priyanka Chopra, Rebel Wilson
Country USA
Also Known As N'est-ce pas romantique?, Jak romantycznie!, Τι Ρομαντικό!, ロマンティックじゃない?, ¿No es romántico?, Nije li romantično?, Hát nem romantikus?, 好不浪漫, Non è romantico?, Megarrromântico
Runtime 1H 29M
Description A young woman disenchanted with love mysteriously finds herself trapped inside a romantic comedy.

Top reviews

Monday, 08 Jun 2020 03:38

I finally saw it in a theater and it was in a very limited release so I had to go in with high expectations. After the first 5 minutes I knew this film was going to be a real treat. The film is about a guy named Jason who has an intense crush on Emily. She is a girl who is "different" (which I would define as a girl who is gay, etc.) and Jason likes her just the way she is, but then we find out that Emily is not really Emily but a man who has an obsession with men. He wants to be with them all and see them with her, but his sister knows something is wrong and he ends up breaking up with her. It's like a cross between Love Actually and How to Deal and the love interests that happen to be gay. The movie is not what you think it is. The film has a great story, but it is a whole different kind of story from the romantic movies you're used to. This movie is just meant to be enjoyed. The characters are all great and give a great performance. I liked the chemistry between Alex and Jennifer because it made the movie more realistic. Jennifer was a real gem in the movie, but I don't think I ever saw her play a sexy role like that before in a movie. The plot is complex but it was handled well. The director/writer of the movie really knows how to work a good plot into a movie. Overall, a great film that should be watched again and again. This movie will be a hit on DVD so get in on the ground floor. The sex scenes were fantastic but I think the film has some weak points. I would recommend it to any woman who likes a really good romantic story.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 09:39

This movie was a favorite of mine, but no matter how much I rewatched it, I couldn't get enough of it. I recently rewatched it and it was amazing, again. It's a romantic movie, and I loved every minute of it. The way the movie is directed is absolutely genius. One of the things that I loved the most about the movie was the original way the director chose the songs. They were really beautiful and took me back to my childhood and the innocence of the times. I don't know why, but I had such a great feeling when watching it again. So many things that the movie did was inspiring. It wasn't just about romance, it was about friendship and how love can touch a heart. Also, the costumes and fashion were amazing. I was just amazed by how amazing it looked. I was so in love with the old time costumes and things. They made the movie look so realistic. I also loved how the directors created the love story between Daphne and Daphne's mother, since the beginning of the movie. I love how they incorporated the music and made the music sound like a song. They took it into a special atmosphere and added a touch of art to the movie. I loved how the main character gets a gift that reflects her feelings and destiny and also symbolizes a new love. When she is wearing the same clothes as her mother she tells her mother that she loves her. Also, she has a dog with her mother, which symbolizes her mother's love and longing for her daughter. I loved that the movie was a metaphor of love, and also the fact that her mother wants to be more like her daughter because she can't keep up with her daughter's career, and wants her daughter to keep up with her. This movie touched me so much and I hope you all love it as much as I did.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 12:06

I recently re-watched this film again after being blindsided by it's lesser-known status. It's now my favorite movie. This film is a modern-day fairy tale, told in a narrative that is poignant, yet dramatic. The first half of the film (following the adventures of two "lost souls") is a slice of life in its own right, about how they slowly wade their way into a fairy tale world of respectability. This is exactly how the story should be told, with a fantastical twist and a very emotional ending. Then there's the second half of the film. The script takes a turn that it had no business taking. And the result is beautiful, for its unexpected and unexpected set of consequences. There are two primary characters that are central to this film: The prince and the "princeling" (the child being raised by the princess). The prince is the man who wanders into the fairy tale world of respectability. He is the pathfinder who takes on this long-troubled, but seemingly certain journey to rescue the princess. The princeling is the boy who wanders into the fairy tale world of self-worth and self-discovery. He is the hero who saves the princess from a particularly dire circumstance. I will not reveal the plot of the plot, but I will tell you that the princeling is horribly abused by his father (who's death is only hinted at) and a government (though not explicitly shown) as a child, and the prince is really just trying to help him. In this respect, the prince is much like Jack in Pocahontas. He's a sort of hero, a sort of joker, but he has self-esteem issues and wants to help other people. And the princeling isn't quite the same. He's an artist, but he's also self-absorbed, self-absorbed, self-absorbed. He wants to be treated just like a prince and he's not prepared for such. But then there's the first princeling. The boy's character is far more conflicted. He wants to be a prince, but he's just a child, and there's a lot of angst about him in his own head. There's also the reason why the prince is so reluctant to set off on his journey. He doesn't want to cause any more conflict and he wants to be part of the royal family. It's not until the second princeling (the one being raised by the princess

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