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I Love You Too (2010)

A commitment-phobe and a New Ager buddy-up to win over the women of their respective dreams.

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Daina Reid

Writer:

Peter Helliar
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brendan Cowell ... Jim
Peter Dinklage ... Charlie
Yvonne Strahovski ... Alice
Peter Helliar Peter Helliar ... Blake
Megan Gale ... Francesca Moretti
Bridie Carter ... Marie
Travis McMahon Travis McMahon ... Owen
Katrina Milosevic ... Rebecca
Steve Bisley ... Bill
Madeleine Harding Madeleine Harding ... Janine
Cindy Waddingham Cindy Waddingham ... Caitlin
Leon Bryant Leon Bryant ... I Love You Him
Angela Scundi Angela Scundi ... I Love You Her
Rachel Waters ... Grossed Out Child
Heidi Valkenburg ... Jenny
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A commitment-phobe and a New Ager buddy-up to win over the women of their respective dreams.

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All that is standing between them is four little words

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 May 2010 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

As tave irgi myliu See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Peter Helliar's son appears as the baby at the end of the film. See more »

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Two of the candles on Jim's birthday cake go out mid-scene, but come back to life by the end. See more »

Quotes

Marie: You know that he just broke up with Alice...
Blake: I know, High five!
Marie: [Angered] Blake!
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I'm in two minds...
15 May 2010 | by natural_born_cynicSee all my reviews

Overall, I enjoyed it. I actually did. I liked it for reasons that others may see as stupid, but I liked it. Beware though. There are things that just make me sigh when I think back on them...

After hearing about this movie getting SO hyped up on shows like Australia's The 7pm Project I expected it to be quite half-ass, because Peter Hellier is only moderately funny when live and hype is all this film could rest on later.

I'll admit, it's a bit self-serving (Hellier is the moron best friend) but his character, although a little flat for an Oscar nomination (why does everything have to be about the Oscars?!)is likable in a "What is going ON with this guy?!" sort of way.

It's fairly obvious that Hellier chose all his mates to be in this film (he actually states this at a couple of times) because the 'main' guy is so dull I honestly can't remember his name or the characters' name. Terrible choice of lead, that guy flat out will not have an acting career. The LEAST they could have done was shave him down.

A truly tried-and-true basic script, which is sad, but the 'little person' really brought a very dry comedic value to it that the deadhead Australian persona's portrayed bounced well off.

Actually, I'm changing my mind. yes, I'm stoked that this film isn't another heart wrenching family-falling-apart-drama or Aussie-battler- with-mediocre-win-in-final-credits movie like Australia is famous for, it was a pretty vague attempt at a movie that is probably best left for Hollywood to churn out.


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