Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
I've heard a few people talk about how it pretty abruptly moves from a sarcastic comedy to more of a romantic comedy. I didn't really feel that way, but when you read that criticism, I can see why some people found it a bit jarring. Think some people might enjoy the movie more if they knew going in that it's a pretty funny movie, but it's not meant to be a pure comedy, despite how it starts off.
Gotcha. That makes sense.
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