If you are celebrating Valentine’s Day or you are in a romantic relationship, and you need a movie to watch, then “Definitely, Maybe” is one of the top picks. The intelligent script of the movie looks at the theme of love, how to commit to a relationship and the process of growing into manhood.
The movie starts with Will (Ryan Reynolds) who is a successful marketing executive finalizing his divorce. He then heads to the school his daughter attends, only to learn that yet again, the students have been taught about sex that day. This leads to some funny scenes, but the takeaway item is that he talks to the daughter (Abigail Brisling) about how he met her mother and fell in love with her.
He decides to come out with the truth this time, and talks about the ex-girlfriends, growing up, regrets, making choices, lost opportunities, sadness and so much more. As the film moves through the young years of Will, you discover how ingenuously the director weaves the tale into a movie that you would love to watch repeatedly.
The beauty of this movie is that it recognizes the fact that love is not as easy as it seems, it is just that it might one day work out. This is seen in various roles the actors play. To learn more about these roles, click over here now.
The movie is an authentic and surprisingly honest movie that is filled with splashes of hope throughout the plot.
Politics plays a key role in the movie because this story practically begins when young Will is granted the opportunity to work as a New York staffer for Bill Clinton’s campaign. When given this position, Will must leave Wisconsin with his girlfriend, Emily, who not so convinced about the political ambitions that Will has.
A look at the former girlfriends of Will brings to the fore many feelings that men experience when they remember their former girlfriends – a sentimental passion that made life’s lessons. The film takes this the right way though because this sentimentality bases more upon maturity and intelligence rather than shallow desires and unexplained emotions.
To make this work, the director assembled a great cast that takes the storyline and brings it to life in a heartfelt and entertaining way. It helps you recognize the true story of love and life.
If the shooting of the movie was ten years ago, I am sure it would have involved the top romantic actors of the time, because any other actor would have spoilt the plot.