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Rachel Ginnifer Goodwin is a generous and loyal pal to her engaged best friend Darcy Kate Hudson. But after celebrating her 30th birthday, perpetual good girl Rachel unexpectedly ends up in the arms of Dex Colin Egglesfield, the guy she’s had a crush on since law school…and who happens to be Darcy’s fiancé. In the frantic weeks leading up to Darcy’s wedding, Rachel finds herself caught between her long-time friendship with Darcy and the prospect of losing the love of her life. Based on Emily Giffin’s bestseller, this funny and touching romantic comedy also stars John Krasinski as Rachel’s constant confidante and conscience, who busily evades the affection of one of Darcy’s lovestruck friends while harboring a secret crush of his own.
Chick-lit lovers, and those who love them, will flock to Something Borrowed, a frothy adaptation of Emily Giffin's bestselling novel. Something Borrowed itself borrows some of the best bits from earlier romantic comedies like When Harry Met Sally…, 27 Dresses, and Sex and the City. Though Kate Hudson is the ostensible Big Star here, it's Ginnifer Goodwin Big Love, He's Just Not That into You who finally comes into her own as a winsome leading lady. The plot is fairly simple: Rachel Goodwin harbors secret feelings for Dex Colin Egglesfield, the fiancé of her best friend, Darcy Hudson. Along for the ride, and acting as a sort of stage manager/narrator à la Our Town, is Ethan John Krasinski, who just may be harboring some secret longings of his own. Will the right boys end up with the right girls? Well, Something Borrowed is one of those comfy films in which the viewer knows who's right for whom long before the characters do. And because of the light, easy direction of Luke Greenfield whose previous works are mostly TV movies and series, and the sparky chemistry among the stars, Something Borrowed ends up delivering a delicious snack even more satisfying than the sum of its yummy parts. Krasinski, Egglesfield, and especially Goodwin shine in this ensemble, and fans of modern love stories--with a twist--will want to hold on to Something Borrowed. --A.T. Hurley