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Tedious romcom starring [[Jennifer Aniston]], [[Scarlett Johansson]] and [[Bradlety Cooper]]. As with [[There / Will / Be / Blood]], much of the talk around the film focused on exactly where to put the emphasis in the title when saying it out loud. A title that, as [[Andrew Collins]] pointed out, originated in a line from an episode of [[Sex And The City]], which then got turned into a self-help book and ultimately became this film. Collins said this was like making a movie out of [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhY-Y0I8DkY "don't tell him Pike!"]
 
Tedious romcom starring [[Jennifer Aniston]], [[Scarlett Johansson]] and [[Bradlety Cooper]]. As with [[There / Will / Be / Blood]], much of the talk around the film focused on exactly where to put the emphasis in the title when saying it out loud. A title that, as [[Andrew Collins]] pointed out, originated in a line from an episode of [[Sex And The City]], which then got turned into a self-help book and ultimately became this film. Collins said this was like making a movie out of [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhY-Y0I8DkY "don't tell him Pike!"]
  
One listener argued that He's Just Not That Into [[U2]] ([[Simon Mayo]] tweaked the title during a [[Box Office Top 10]] rundown) was as good as The Young Victoria. [[Mark Kermode]] disagreed.
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One listener argued that He's Just Not That Into [[U2]] ([[Simon Mayo]] tweaked the title during the [[Box Office Top 10]] rundown that followed [[Bonio]]'s hug with [[Mark Kermode]]) was as good as The Young Victoria. Mark disagreed.

Latest revision as of 13:37, 22 September 2017

Tedious romcom starring Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johansson and Bradlety Cooper. As with There / Will / Be / Blood, much of the talk around the film focused on exactly where to put the emphasis in the title when saying it out loud. A title that, as Andrew Collins pointed out, originated in a line from an episode of Sex And The City, which then got turned into a self-help book and ultimately became this film. Collins said this was like making a movie out of "don't tell him Pike!"

One listener argued that He's Just Not That Into U2 (Simon Mayo tweaked the title during the Box Office Top 10 rundown that followed Bonio's hug with Mark Kermode) was as good as The Young Victoria. Mark disagreed.