Then there is the still-unoriginal-but-not-yet-hackneyed idea of attempting a mere friendship between the guy and the girl.Finally, there is the inevitable falling in love, the relationship problems, and then the falling back in love towards the end of the movie.
The interactions of these two characters is the classic example of not getting along as kids but falling in love as adults. and Claire Forlani are two of the up and coming celebrities of teen movies and I personally feel that they did their part in this movie by acting well.
Also, the principle humor of this movie did not lie in the common slapstick or sexual humor, although Jason Biggs does add in those factors hilariously.
As a matter of fact, the only problem I have with the script is the miniscule hypocrisy found in it: at some point in the movie, Jennifer states that a romance movie never shows the affect of time on long term relationships, and this movie was not an exception as it ends with them making up and going off to live "happily ever after".
Now we can look at the undeniable chemistry and superb acting of the two main characters, Ryan and Jennifer.
When Berke Landers, a popular high school basketball star, gets dumped by his life-long girlfriend, Allison, he soon begins to lose it.
But with the help of his best friend Felix's sister ...
We then see him talking to Amy's psychologist, inquiring what she thinks the dream means.
See more » Okay, technically, it was kind of predictable in the case that boy meets girl, boy and girl encounter turbulence in relationship, and then boy and girl end up back together at the very end of the movie.
Once she steps outside with Ryan, the headband is gone and the barrettes are in a new order and without the blue one (red, red, then maroon).