Isn't the hassle of choosing between two cardboard cut-outs vaguely resembling interesting human males a bit of unnecessary nonsense that she could've done without? Not to mention the fact that Josh Hutcherson's Peeta and Liam Hemsworth's Gale are both dull as ditchwater.
Must our big-screen heroes get a snog at the end of each adventure to ratify their victories in some way? Take these otherwise-enjoyable flicks and their naff romantic subplots, for example...
In a movie all about a woman finding her way in the world and becoming a huge success in a major industry before jacking it all in to be true to herself, there's absolutely no need for a love story.
"Gabrielle Union had us in stitches, Julia Stiles brought her own brand of So Ho-bred artistic intellectualism (at only 17, mind you), Larisa Oleynik's laughter filled the room, and we marvelled at the tonedness of Andrew Keegan's muscles (a great sport!
)."Filming began without Heath Ledger, and the cast worried how his presence would change the dynamic. I will give well what about 10 reasons for you: 1) Humorous screenplay 2) Well-ensembled acting 3) Julia Stiles 4) Adequate duration time 5) Julia Stiles 6) Larry Miller's obsessive parental performance 7) Julia Stiles 8) Nifty soundtrack 9) Julia Stiles 10) Feel good movie Did i forget to say Julia Stiles? Stiles demonstrates that she does have a promising future in the acting business.
It feels completely tacked-on, and the romance between Anne Hathaway's Andy and Adrian Grenier's Nate is a source of massive frustration When Andy explains that she needs to go to Paris for work, Nate plays up, has a go at her for changing, and the pair split.
That display of awful boyfriend behaviour isn't even the worst of it: at the end, they agree to start dating again despite Nate's obvious arsehole-ness.
During his tour is when Cameron first sees Bianca Stratford, a beautiful sophomore with one problem: she isn't allowed to date.
And neither is her "shrew" sister, Katarina, a senior who loves indie rock and feminist prose and hates conformity.
In fact, without the artificial chemistry between Indy and Willie, her vapid personality and the damsel-in-distress clichés, would actually be much better.