Dan in Real Life User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.55

Current Rating: 3.55

based on 682 votes and 49 reviews

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  • 1 stars One of the happiest moments of my life is when the movie ended. It was that bad....
  • Loved this movie!!!!
  • An ok movie, unfortunately as previous comments have stated, it was quite slow and there is no proper storyline.
  • You'll be disappointed going into this movie thinking its a comedy (as I was), it's really a light-hearted romance. The story is okay, but it's fairly predictable.
  • for those who say worst movie ever.....you haven't seen many but for those who say funny!!!! ahhh when, where. it was an alright movie that i'll be was a great book or would make one. story was enjoyable but did they save a few bucks not hiring an editor for this one? when steve's character gets to his parents house he's greeted at the door by every family member he has and they include each hello and hug. if that is the producers way of introducing characters then i think they really dropped the bomb as both my wife and i were at the same time saying "good greif get on with the story. 3 stars. i wouldn't waste $5.00 renting it but did spend $5.00 buying it previously viewed.
  • cool movie
  • Not a bad rainy Sunday afternoon movie!
  • Comedy? I didn't laugh once and it was slooooowwah. 1*
  • You really felt like you were right there with the characters in the movie. Everyone will enjoy this film.
  • The most beautiful movie of all time. This movie will touch your soul only if you have the ability of true love.

Dan in Real Life

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  99 min.
Release date:  October 26, 2007 | On DVD/VOD:  March 11, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 3.55
based on 682 votes and 49 reviews
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Cast: Steve Carell, Juliette Binoche, Dane Cook, Alison Pill, Brittany Robertson, Marlene Lawston, Dianne Wiest, John Mahoney, Norbert Leo Butz, Amy Ryan, Britt Robertson