Definitely, Maybe


Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 145,038


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April 15, 2019



Abigail Breslin as Janie Jones
Elizabeth Banks as Bird-Lady
Rachel Weisz as Miranda
Ryan Reynolds as Kevin
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700.13 MB
23.976 fps
112 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sophiaalinasa 10 / 10 / 10

realistic Rom Com

This story seems very real. It does not have to many circumstances and nothing to exciting happens. People behave like in real life. Watching this movie is fun anyway, because you would want to know what happened to the characters, if they would really exist. It felt warm and fuzzy to watch the movie. Although I was not sure if the guy deserved to be with the girl in the end.

Reviewed by snjrj 9 / 10 / 10


Other than this one thing, it was a good story. While telling his story to his daughter Maya, Maya exclaims that "Summer" is a bitch because she published an article that could hurt her dad's career. But when Maya heard that "Emily" did something as despicable as cheating on her dad, she didn't think "Emily" was a bitch for that. Little girl has questionable morals already at the age of eleven.

Reviewed by Antonius Block 9 / 10 / 10


I've always had a soft spot for this one, and well done romantic comedies in general. Yes, they are lightning rods for criticism, sometimes bordering on schmaltz and/or formulaic. However, 'Definitely, Maybe' avoids all that reasonably well, and is as entertaining for me as the classic films of this genre from yesteryear, with a script peppered with funny lines, a great cast, and an endearing plot. A young girl (Abigail Breslin) demands that her father (Ryan Reynolds) tell her about the time he met her mother, and why it is that despite falling in love then, they're now heading for divorce. Reynolds agrees under the condition he won't reveal which of the women in the story of his past ultimately became her mother. Told in a flashback, we see his early years working on the Bill Clinton presidential campaign, and the women in his life (Elizabeth Banks, Isla Fisher, and Rachel Weisz). All of the principals turn in strong performances, with Isla Fisher in particular dialing up her considerable charms. The subplot of collecting old editions of 'Jane Eyre' with inscriptions in them, along with the scene with the line "I kept the book because it was the only thing that I had left of you" is touching. The proposal scene in Central Park is also fantastic. Director Adam Brooks captures some great shots in New York and includes a great soundtrack. This is a smart, funny, and entertaining rom-com.

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