Owen wilson and reese witherspoon dating
It's fun chasing boys, especially when you're young, but I think it takes time and life experience to notice the other boys.When Reese Witherspoon briefly visits a psychiatrist played by Tony Shalhoub in the hopelessly muddled comedy/drama How Do You Know, the scene feels conspicuously redundant, since everyone in the film spends much of their time analyzing their own thoughts, words, and actions. Brooks (Broadcast News, As Good As It Gets) clearly believes the unexamined life is not worth living, so his characters never stop peering deeply into their navels as they examine the most fascinating subject in the world: themselves and their endlessly compelling emotions.17: You've played a lot of amazing female character. RW: I normally play characters that are verbal and like to talk about romance and men, but this character is a women who doesn't even want to talk about things, which is an interesting female character to play. I'm from Tennessee, so I probably say everything wrong.Lisa is much more interior.17: Lisa and George have one of the most awful blind dates ever, in this movie. RW: I had someone correct my grammar once on a blind date, and within the first 10 minutes the date was over. I might have said ain't, or something like that.17: Looking back on your relationships and all of the good and bad dates, what advice would you give your 17-year-old self?Reese Witherspoon's Lucy is the sparkplug cornerstone of the US women's softball team, dating hot-shot baseball star Matty (Owen Wilson) and about to lead her adoring teammates to glory at the Olympics.Disaster strikes when she is unexpectedly cut from the squad and, without her athletic career to focus on, she begins to take stock of her life.Seriously, at one point, she even demands a no-talking rule.
She was telling me about how she used to go to the same coffee shop and she was really into the guy making the coffee.
On their first date, Rudd fumbles verbally before Witherspoon insists that they simply enjoy their dinner in complete silence; rather than be repelled by Witherspoon’s rudeness, Rudd is instantly besotted, and spends the rest of the film wooing her.
That’s How Do You Know in a nutshell: preposterous characters lurching through painfully contrived scenarios.
Too often Brooks' dialogue, which could never be accused of excessive realism, comes off as stilted, and the rhythms are uncomfortably erratic.
It¹s like late-career Woody Allen with a script by Mamet.Her commitment to Matty is shaken when she realises he has the emotional maturity of a puppy. And, sad to say, it does not provide nearly enough sustenance.