12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
The story of this film suggests that it will depend on nudity and some coarse language to be funny. But I was wrong. That is NOT the case with Heartbreakers. This has got to be the best film of 2001- the jokes just keep on coming. And there aren't many rude scenes.
It has a great script, the plot is entertaining and like I said, the jokes are thrown at you every minute.
The best scenes are:
The Morning After,
The Heimlich Manoeuvre,
A Russian Song,
Gifts For The Ladies,
One Cigarette Too Many
The location is pretty good too, and of course so is the weather (lucky americans!).
But the best thing about Heartbreakers is the cast. They are… Read more
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I first watched this film prepared for nothing special. OK, so it's not special, but it's better than your average horror movie. And tonnes better than SCREAM (also written by Kevin Williamson).
This film has a pretty simple plot; four teens have a hit and run accident. They dump the body in the water, and swear they will never speak about it again. And they don't... until a year later when Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) recieves a letter containing the words 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' (I bet you'd never have guessed!). The gang Julie (Jennifer love Hewitt), Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Barry (Ryan Phillipe), and Ray (Freddie Prinze, Jr) reunite, and try to unravel who is… Read more