Life As We Know It
It seems now days so many films are made from old television shows but in the case of the romantic, comedy Life As We Know It we could have a television pilot ready for next season. When the married friends of café owner played by Katherine Heigl and a sports television technician played by Josh Duhamel are killed in a car accident the two single friends find themselves the parents of their best friend’s one year old child. Now the two godparents have to figure out how to raise a child, make a home combining 3 unrelated people and most of all how to get along. This is a charming heartwarming film that is better then it looks on the trailers. Yes, the script is simple, the plot is predictable and you would have to be blind not to see how it’s going to end. (Okay I saw it even before the film began) None of that matters because with good chemistry between the two leads, likeable characters and no raunchy site gags and bad language you can even take your parents and grand parents. (That is if you don’t mind taking your grandparents with your date) This is one of the better romantic comedies I have seen in a while and I’m giving it a B rating.
This movie has been given a PG13 rating by the MPAA
Although I am blind, I can appreciate a good movie as well as sighted individuals.
I rely more on a good story line than special effects.