He loves me, he loves me not…find out when He’s Just Not That Into You arrives on Blu-ray and DVD June 2nd from Warner Home Video. Based on the wildly popular bestseller from Sex and the City scribes Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, He’s Just Not That Into You tells the stories of a group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirty-somethings as they navigate their various relationships.
On June 2nd, He’s Just Not That Into You will also be available ON DEMAND through Digital Cable, Satellite TV, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game consoles and it can be downloaded for rental or purchase on iTunes and Amazon Video On Demand. Visit www.hesjustnotthatintoyoumovie.com/ondemand for details.
He’s Just Not That Into You is your typical Valentine’s Day movie. It’s cute, funny, and has a pretty impressive cast including Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Connolly, Bradley Cooper, Ginnifer Goodwin, Scarlett Johansson, and Justin Long.
He’s Just Not That Into You is a lot like Love Actually only without the British accents and the holiday cheer. The movie focuses on a number of couples who all are somehow intertwined. From the girl who is a bit too persistent with the boys she dates, to the girl who wants to get married and the boyfriend who doesn’t, to the girl who is in love with a married man, to the married man who ends up cheating on his wife. It’s a tangled web of love and heartache that is sure to make you flow through a wide range of emotions amongst your giggles.
The film is actually based off of the bestseller by the same title which was written by the Sex and the City writers – Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. So it’s the perfect movie to have a girls’ night in, throw on your pj’s, order some pizza, and watch with your best girlfriends. Guys might not mind watching it with actresses such as Scarlett Johansson gracing the screen, but it’s not going to be a movie they enjoy. Trust me.
The special features do a nice job at rounding off the Blu-ray release. These features include additional scenes with optional commentary and a number of featurettes.
Review by Emma Loggins