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I love a good romantic comedy, and so harbored high hopes for Something Borrowed since the early stages of development.I have heard good things about the Emily Giffin novel/source material, and generally believe Ginnifer Goodwin can do no wrong. We have new posters for a pair of films I’m really rooting for in 2011.They end up in the sack, thus inciting a Summer of longing glances across the room, weekend rendezvous, and a whole lot of secret keeping.Though there are plenty of jokes along the way, ultimately there's no way to make light of the fact that we're supposed to be rooting for a relationship dripping with betrayal. Director Luke Greenfield compiles a promising cast, but they're not much more than good-looking cartoon characters.The first is Something Borrowed, an adaptation of the first in a series of novels from Emily Giffin.
In the romantic dramedy Something Borrowed, actress Ginnifer Goodwin plays Rachel, a talented attorney at a top New York law firm.On a similar note, the script has its funny moments (mostly courtesy of Ethan's wisecracks and Darcy's over-the-top means of attracting attention), but the heavier scenes are filled with painfully heavy-handed dialogue.