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What's Your Number (film review)

Film: What's Your Number
Year: 2011
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Rom-Com
Directed By: Mark Mylod
Starring: Anna Faris, Chris Evans, Ari Graynor
About: A woman looks back at the past nineteen men she's had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love.
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgkxGrsX-A4

My Review:
Having not seen this in years and it constantly coming to my mind I couldn't resist but watch one of my favourite romantic comedies of all time!

The film is about a woman who after seeing in a magazine that if you sleep with over twenty people then you are doomed to never get married decides to take a look at her ex-boyfriends and see if they are the one for her after just hitting the number twenty. While doing so she asks for help from her next door neighbour who helps her to track them down while also catching feelings for each other.

This film is one of my favourite rom-com's due to it being about how woman can sleep with a lot of people and how some guys don't care how many someone has slept with. Not only this but past relationships are those for a reason and although people change the person in which you love will always come through on top. I also love this movie because it shows that by not looking for love you can find it even if it is staring you in the face and is someone who you would not expect it to be. What's Your Number is funny from start to finish unlike a lot of rom-coms that I have seen. This film shows a lot of love and show's girls that you shouldn't base your love life off of the number of people who you have had sex with and wither you sleep with no-one or a lot you will find love.

I would highly recommend this film to girls teenage and adult who are looking for a rom-com or a girls night movie as it is everything in which girls would like; handsome men, comedy which will make you actually laugh, sweet and a great romance which will make you believe in love even if you feel like you will never get there.

My Rating: 5/5

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