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Is “It’s Complicated” for men or women?


Nancy Myers new film, “It’s Complicated” appears to be a woman’s story. The movie is about an older woman Jane (Meryl Streep), who is divorced from Jake (Alec Baldwin). She raises her three kids and has a successful business. Jake remarries a younger woman.

However, at her son’s graduation, Jake and Jane resume their relationship. There are complications. One is that Jane falls for another man, Adam (Steve Martin).

Anyhow, the question is, will this film appeal more to women or men?

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  • December 25, 2009 | Permalink |

    just got back from seeing this chick flick, but it was enjoyed by EVERYONE in the audience. There were MANY men there too. There was alot of audience participation and laughter, and when it ended the audience actually applauded. A real good Christmas Das movie.

  • December 25, 2009 | Permalink |

    This is a must watch movie for both men and women as this movie depicts the complications most people are facing these days. Although the movie is lengthy yet a good one.

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