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A Lot Like Love

Rating:PG-13 (for sexual content, nudity and language)
Genre:Romance, Comedy
Release Date:April 22, 2005
Running time:107 minutes
Cast:Ashton Kutcher, Amanda Peet, Ali Larter, Kathryn Hahn, Moon Bloodgood
Director:Nigel Cole
Producer:Kevin J Messick, Suzann Ellis
Writer:Colin Patrick Lynch
Distributor:Buena Vista Distribution

Description: Oliver and Emily met on a flight from Los Angeles to New York seven years ago -- each of them declaring that they couldn't be more wrong for each other. Life keeps bringing them back together over the next seven years, but the timing never seems right. As they struggle with their different partners, careers and breakups, they turn from casual acquaintances into trusted friends who can say anything to one another. As they each search for love and a relationship that's not fated for disaster, it takes seven years for Oliver and Emily to figure out that maybe what they really have is something -- a lot like love.

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