It seems to me that many of the reviewers here are judging this film as if they were expecting a romcom and then marking it down on finding it's not. Having read previous reviews here and elsewhere I knew it was not going to be a convential romcom and wasn't sure what to expect. I am a fan of Jennifer Aniston but I'm pleased to be able to say that I was genuinely pleasantly surprised both by her and the film. It tells of how things can go horribly wrong when a relationship breaks down. There are some amusing moments but there are also some uncomfortable and embarrassing ones too. I found all the performances creditable and Aniston handles the more emotional scenes with aplomb. She doesn't just play "Rachel". At the time it came out there was interest due to the fact that Aniston had just broken up with Brad Pitt and went on to have a relationship with Vince Vaughn during and after filming. If you're an Aniston fan you wont be disappointed and if you're not then it's still worth watching as long as you don't expect a romance with a lot of comedy! By the way: the Blu-ray version is 5 minutes longer than the DVD version but rather strangely doesn't include the bonus 20 minutes of material that's on the DVD.