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Life As We Know It [Blu-ray] [2010] [Region Free]

4.3 out of 5 stars 231 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Josh Lucas
  • Directors: Greg Berlanti
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Mar. 2011
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (231 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005EYTC4W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 62,242 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Comedy drama starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel. Holly (Heigl), a budding caterer, and Eric (Duhamel), a sports director, find themselves the guardians of Sophie (Alexis and Brooke Clagett), the daughter of their best friends who have died in a car crash. Holly and Eric, who are both single, are often in disagreement with one another, but they must find a way to get along for Sophie's sake. With Sophie's upbringing their main concern, Holly and Eric slowly realise that they are becoming a family, despite their difficulties.

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In Life as We Know It, Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel discover that their closest friends have appointed them guardians of their child in the unlikely event of their joint death--an unlikely event that has just happened. Make no mistake: There's no reason this movie should have been any good. The premise is the worst kind of formulaic Hollywood claptrap; the pleasant but cautious Heigl (Knocked Up) is playing yet another uptight fussbudget; since a promising movie debut in the underrated Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, Duhamel has largely coasted on his looks in tripe like the Transformers movies--yet Life as We Know It is surprisingly likable. After the movie gets through the basic exposition--and navigates some radical shifts in tone with unexpected deftness--the script somehow manages to make its clichés into something resembling real human situations. The colorful supporting characters are all entertainingly written and well played by a solid cast. And both Heigl and Duhamel give understated, engaging performances that manage to make the inevitable conclusion seem almost not inevitable. Director Greg Berlanti (The Broken Hearts Club) deserves kudos for skillfully balancing humor and pathos and turning this unpromising material into a sincere and enjoyable movie. --Bret Fetzer --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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By Lucy Felthouse VINE VOICE on 21 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
As soon as I saw a trailer for this film, I really wanted to see it. I'm not much of a baby person but I just thought it looked fabulously funny. Luckily, I was right.

Life As We Know it stars Katherine Heigl as Holly and Josh Duhamel as Messer. Once upon a time their best friends tried to set them up on a date. It went hideously wrong and they've disliked each other ever since. Only having to put up with each other at get-togethers, they manage. That is until a tragedy leaves their goddaughter, Sophie, an orphan. Naturally, Holly and Messer are devastated at the loss of their friends, but they're also shocked to find out that the two of them have been named as joint guardians of the little girl.

Somehow, they've got to muddle through parenthood and living together; juggling their jobs and nappies while trying to keep Sophie's life as normal as possible. It makes for an absolutely hilarious film and one that I'd urge chick flick fans to watch. It's funny, but you'll also need tissues at times, so be warned!

It won't be making it onto my top films of all time list, but it's definitely worth a watch.
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Not just any romcom this was funny and heart warming (with some sadder moments). Obviously not the film for those who love action, but this film was well written, with some mildly intelligent plot lines and touches. I thought it was well acted on the whole, even when not totally believable (all though the main characters were all very convincing) all of the actors were very funny. Definite recommendation - it provokes an interesting subject and I have found myself thinking about the story line since.
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Okay so sure, this film won't be winning any Oscar's but that's not the intention behind the story. While watching this I saw that it was more than just your typical Romcom and I am happy to say that this film has depth. Don't get me wrong it's no American Beauty but it certainly isn't your typical Saturday night comedy. It is heartfelt accompanied by a brilliant soundtrack and an amazing cast (the ever so good looking team Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel are distracting!) but I am happy to say that it will be a proud member of my DVD collection... do yourself a favor and add to your basket now!
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As a lover of rom-coms this is certainly in my top 5! Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel play their lead roles brilliantly and make the film so believable. The comedy aspect of 'Life As We Know It' is of a high standard and had me giggling every time I watched it and, unlike many rom-coms, the plot (although quite predictable) has depth and keeps you as the viewer hooked throughout.
I would seriously recommend this film to any rom-com lovers and/or fans of Katherine Heigl as she plays her role fantastically and it is certainly another 5-star film to add to her own repertoire!
'Life As We Know It' is in my dvd collection and should certainly be a part of yours too :)
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"Life As We Know It" isn't my normal kind of film - I'm not usually drawn in by families and babies. But the trailer looked hilarious so I gave it a go. I'm really pleased I did.

Holly and Eric are NOT a couple. In fact, they've got hating each other down pretty good. But, life hands you lemons sometimes and baby Sophie is that such lemon for them. When their mutual best friends are tragically killed in an accident, they leave their baby Sophie in the not-so-capable hands of Holly and Eric. Plunged together in the worst kind of circumstance, the pair must figure out how to be good parents.

I didn't expect to like this at all. But it was so much fun. I loved how parenting was portrayed - trying to get your child to eat, learning the different faces they pull (the poop face was my favourite moment of this film), waiting forever for them to take their first steps, putting up with terrible toddler TV, and all whilst trying not to kill the person helping you raise the child. I loved it. I'm not even a parent, and I thought it was hilarious!

This is a predictable movie, it's plain to see where it's going to go, but the two contrasting characters of Holly (the single businesswoman) and Eric (the non-committal player) works really well together to keep you interested. Both actors do a fantastic job and were genuinely funny.

I definitely recommend this - it's not just for families. It's for people looking for feel-good humour with a side of baby poop!
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Format: Blu-ray
Holly'(Katherine Heigi) and 'Eric'(Josh Duhamel) had already been set up for a date by close friends, the date ? well it just didn't happen as they take an almost instant dislike for each-other.
So, when, the same friends that had set them up are killed in a road accident . 'Holly' and 'Eric' are bemused as to why they had been named as baby 'Sarah's' guardians along with being left the 'fine' home to bring the tragic couples child up in.
Well, neither have a clue about looking after a child, so both were on a steep learning curb.
The two still don't really get on and try to pursue both their social and career ambitions as before while caring for baby 'Sarah'
Both 'Holly' and 'Eric; soon love and care for 'Sarah' however neither could see the obvious, their friends and babysitter however could.
This is a predictable but charming tale which obviously has all the ingredients for the laugh-out-loud comedy that shines throughout the film, also has one or two touching moments which added together gives great entertainment value.
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