Down to You (2000)

downtoyou3/10
Down to You came out during a time when the teenage rom-coms were riding a lot of successful thanks to these two leading stars. As realistic as this film’s story is, it lacks the chemistry you would expect from two people who break up and struggle to get back together. Surrounded by a solid cast, Down to You doesn’t leave a long-lasting impression and forces to you pick sides in the break up despite not liking either of them. (review contributed for Genre Grandeur on movierob.wordpress.com)

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