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How to lose a guy in 10 days 2003

Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey star in this romantic comedy about two people determined to prove a point - opposing ones at that. Andie (Hudson) works on the advice column of a woman's magazine, but she yearns to be a serious journalist.

Starring:
Annie Parisse, Bebe Neuwirth
Runtime:
1 hour, 55 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Donald Petrie
Starring Annie Parisse, Bebe Neuwirth
Supporting actors Shalom Harlow, Adam Goldberg, Thomas Lennon, Matthew Mcconaughey, Kathryn Hahn, Robert Klein, Kate Hudson, Michael Michele
Studio Paramount
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
I watched this film last year and have watched it many, many times since! It still never fails to make me laugh out loud everytime! it truly is a romantic comedy masterpiece!!! The main actors, Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey have amazing on-screen chemistry making the whole story just flow so much better.

The film's basically about a magazine columnest, Andie Anderson (Hudson) who agrees to write a first hand account on what it takes to drive a man out of your life in exactly 10 days. At the same time eligible ad agency bachelor, Benjamin Barry (McConaughey), excepts a high stakes bet that he can lure any woman into falling head over heels in love with him - also in 10 days! As both meet the cunning Andie uses everything in her power to try and drive Ben away, by using every trick in the book that guys hate, such as baby language, being clingy and frequent mood changes.

This film is absolutely brilliant from start to finish. Hudson and McConaughey both play their parts very well, with depth and comedy. The supporting cast also portray their character's brilliantly! The film is funny, full of heart and with an entertaining and truly different storyline - making 'How to lose a guy in 10 days' truly one of greatest romantic comedy's of it's day!

I would recommend it to anyone - even the lads! One not to be missed!
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I am male, and would like to go on the record and say that I found this film hilarious. If you enjoy romantic comedies then this film will not disapoint, whatever your sex. It is my favourite of the genre. Also, there's no doubt about it: Kate Hudson is easy on the eyes for us gents! I would imagine Matthew McConaughey makes a pretty picture for the girls too!
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This movie is about this young cool lady (HUDSON), who is part of a woman's weekly magazine and her collame is How to!
One of her subjects is o her rescent collmns is How to lose a guy i 10 days!
One night she meets this guy and she uses these anoying tricks to drive him away. One night on the 7th night they have a argument and they are about to breck up until he mentions cuples theopy. She relizes that he is special and she falls in love with him. However his scandal is that he has said to his boss that he can make any lady fall in love with him.
I loved this movie and my mum and me watch it all the time. The perfect CHICKFLICK EVER!
A bit corny but fun.
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.....this film is the funniest film I've seen in a long time and is up there with 'Meet the Parents' and ' There's Someting About Mary'. Although this is a 'girly' film, my husband watched it and found it nearly as funny as I did. I first saw this film inflight, and loved it so much, I watched it on the return journey as well, which annoyed some of the other passengers as I was laughing out loud before the gags came, just knowing what was going to happen. This really is a must see film.....
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I've just this second come to the end of the movie, and I just want to watch it again. It was absolutely amazing. Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey have chemistry that casting agents only dream about. The film was funny, touching and JUST UNMISSABLE!
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This is not my kind of film at all. I bought it as I enjoy Matthew McConaughey's work - Dallas Buyers Club: True Detective and I wanted to see him playing a conventional part. After all he is very beautiful, but is now playing against physical type. So here we have the beautiful princess and the handsome prince both of whom have good jobs in today's world, a writer for a womens' magazine and an advertising executive. So they both sell glossy, and the film is glossy, shiney, sparkly, and of course it all leads to a happy ending. It's that type of film And for me yes, Matthew McConaughey behaved beautifully as the handsome prince - but I prefer the way out crazy characters he plays now.
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By A Customer on 22 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD
I borrowed this off a friend after hearing it was quite good and very funny.
I was shocked by just how good this film is! It is a sweet rom com that is unpredictable and has some very good performances in it. Kate Hudson is a very sexy and talented actress and in this film she lights up the screen with all her grace and charm. She is easily the funniest character in the film.
I highly recommend this film and must state for the record, it's NOT just a chick flick!
The only reason I gave it four stars is because the title is a little off putting. However, if it had been 'How to get a girl in 10 days' I would have graced it with five stars.
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This is a seductively funny movie, I almost wet my pants. Especially when Kate tried to seduce Matt with her very mushy mushy ways yet at the same time, crumbling with embarrassment. I bow to her for pulling such stunts. While the oh-so sexy and gorgeous Matt has to withstand such sweet and cruel affections, knowing the bet he made to fulfill his own needs.
Both of them put themselves out there to achieve what they had set out to do for the sake of their careers. While knowingly jeopardizing their growing friendship and love for one another.
All in all this is one of the best movies that I have ever seen. Besides being funny and romantic, it also sends out a message that makes you think, on how you should be carefull when playing games and placing bets on other people, you never know what kind of outcome you will get....good or bad!
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