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Teen Critic’s Into He’s Just Not That Into You

He's Just Not That Into You (New Line)

By Shelby Iacometti

Have you ever given a guy your number and sat by your phone for days waiting for him to call? Has your man ever cheated on you? If these things have ever happened to you, or even if they haven't, you should go see the movie: He's Just NOT That Into You (opened February 6 throughout San Diego). The movie is a total chick flick, but it is also enjoyable for guys. So you can bring your boyfriend or your BFF. The plot line involves a group of men and women all connected by some type of relationship, and the troubles within their relationships. The movie goes through ways to know that he is just not that into you.

Though this movie's characters are older than me -- Ginnifer Goodwin (Gigi), Jennifer Aniston (Beth), Scarlett Johansson (Anna), and Drew Barrymore (Mary) -- my friend and I still related to the characters. We kept comparing ourselves with the characters, and saying some of our other friends are like them too.

I recommend He's Just Not That Into You (rated PG-13 for sexual content and brief strong language) to everyone. I absolutely loved it.

--Shelby Iacometti is a senior at Mount Miguel High School. She thought it would be cool to share her thoughts about film with others. She cites Taking 5, Cinderella, The Girl Next Door, Wicker Park and the Saw series as her favorite movies (but she says it was a tough call narrowing the choices to five).

Shelby Iacometti is a senior at Mount Miguel High School.

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