Rating: 8 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 02/16/2011
Tom, greeting-card writer and hopeless romantic, is caught completely off-guard when his girlfriend, Summer, suddenly dumps him. He reflects on their 500 days together to try to figure out where their love affair went sour, and in doing so, Tom rediscovers his true passions in life.
Rated PG-13 | Length 95 minutes
Gelsey Weiss | Nathan Prevost | Jennifer Lee Keyes | Vivian Nixon | Christopher 'War' Martinez | Kenneth Hughes | Alexandra Nicole Hulme | Jennifer Hamilton | Tiffany Granath | Reshma Gajjar | Gustavo Carr | Bryan Anthony | Tracy Phillips | Christian Vincent | Ryan Thomas | Katie Malia | Anthony Marciona | Nadine Ellis | Alejandro Estornel | Rebecca Lin | Sybil Azur | Darryl Sivad | Maile Flanagan | Natalie Boren | Gregory Thompson | Darryl Alan Reed | Charles Walker | Nicole Vicius | Yvette Nicole Brown | Valente Rodriguez | Ian Reed Kesler | Minka Kelly | Rachel Boston | Patricia Belcher | Clark Gregg | Matthew Gray Gubler | Geoffrey Arend | Chloë Grace Moretz | Zooey Deschanel | Joseph Gordon-Levitt
I thought this was a well-written romantic drama/comedy about the falling into and out of love. Though Zooey Deschenal plays the heartbreaker here, I didn’t view her as overtly mean or evil, though some of her actions had painful consequences for Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character.
Really, the shoe could easily be on the other foot (and in many movies it typically is).
I think many people can identify with both of the characters here: knowing for certain that person is “the one”; while on the other hand, that person doesn’t share the same sentiment.