I Could Never Be Your Woman
Rosie is a divorced woman, with a young daughter in her in between (tween) years. She is a writer on a tween show “You Go Girl” amongst all the glitz and plastic of Hollywood.
She meets funny-man Adam when he auditions for a part on the show. They start a relationship despite the quite large age gap – he is 29 and she is 40. She falls for Adam at the same time as her daughter embarks on her first relationship.
Adam is a breath of fresh air for the show, as well as for Rosie. But can the relationship survive?
One of my favourite movies ever made was Clueless, so Heckerling is dear to me. However, I seemed to have missed this movie when it came out in 2007, it may have gone under a few radars. But I enjoyed it. Heckerling uses pop culture to purposely time stamp her films and that is part of the charm. This film seems to appeal to the more mature woman, with a young heart. Definitely worth a watch.
Posted on 01/07/2011, in the whole rom com list and tagged Fred Willard, Michelle Pfeiffer, Paul Rudd, Saorise Ronan, Sarah Alexander, Stacey Dash, Tracey Ullman. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on I Could Never Be Your Woman.