Get Over It
The movie is a comic look at a romantic problem that has plagued mankind since the very first boy-girl breakup: how's a guy supposed to survive in a world where ex-girlfriends continue to exist ... and attract?
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February 08, 2003 While this film does not do anything extraordinary for its genre, it has its moments, and Dunst and Foster are able to generate reasonable chemistry in their utterly predictable situation.Read in Source
March 04, 2003 O'Hayer has some way to go before doing a John Hughes (The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink) but Get Over It is a headstart.Read in Source
June 24, 2006 Director O'Haver fails to supply any proper shape or development.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
March 12, 2001 Get Over It breaks the formula for teen romances.Read in Source
Reel Film Reviews
August 01, 2003 [Kirsten] Dunst seems to be a fairly decent actress; why she keeps appearing in the same movie over and over is beyond me.Read in Source
July 06, 2008 The kind of movie where only some of the characters have last names, this essentially sweet-natured enterprise feels slightly rushed and distracted.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
April 05, 2002 Shakespeare probably made the point best: Teens rule; parents drool.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
January 01, 2011 Tired teen fare full of drinking, grossout humor.
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