the Plot with Pix:
Chris O'Dowd), the couple who was married and having kids earlier as compared to their friends.
which led to Julie celebrating her birthday by confessing to Jason that she loves him. TADA. a bomb just dropped :grins:
as i said, the movie is charming. i enjoyed it from the start though at first i kinda lost the names of the rest of the Gang.
the scene where Jason and Julie attempted to conceive their kid is hilarious. the phrase "may i approach the Bench" stuck on my head and made me grin.
it was a whimsical story to me, i mean, it's not at all practical in my society. and what Julie felt for Jason is only normal. i mean, the guy is a gem, pandai jaga anak semua. sporting segala. wah, aku pun nak!
and the upheavals that Missy-Ben and Leslie-Alex endured once with kids are common enough. tempers are expected to erupt and cause uneasiness for childless couples, lest the unmarried singles.
i like the part where they depicted how Missy and Ben drifted apart from each other. whereas the Gang nurtured over Missy and accepted her new man, Ben got to hang out with the guys out of the circle. it's always going to be a choice when a pair of friends just broke up, don't you think so?
but i do feel that the ending was kinda rushed. the storyline should have given more time for Jason to realise that he's into Julie.