Definitely, Maybe (2008)

7.25 / Rated by 2 people

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111 min.
Plot  Will Hayes (Ryan Reynolds) is a 38-year-old father who is in the midst of a divorce. After her first sex-ed class, his 10-year-old daughter Maya (Abigail Breslin) insists on hearing the story of how her parents met. Will gives in, but decides to change the names and some of the facts relating to the various love affairs of his youth, thereby creating a love mystery; Maya is left guessing which of the women will turn out to be her mother. The story he tells Maya is depicted in long flashbacks. From time to time the film switches back to the present, where Maya comments (often disdainfully) and asks questions.

The story begins in 1992 when Will, a starry-eyed aspiring political operative, moves away from Wisconsin and his college sweetheart, Emily (Elizabeth Banks) to New York City, where he works on the Clinton campaign. Over the years, Will becomes involved with three women who enter and re-enter his life, including Summer Hartley (Rachel Weisz) an aspiring journalist, and Apr...
  

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Cast

Ryan Reynolds
William Matthew 'Will' Hayes
Abigail Breslin
Maya Hayes
Isla Fisher
April Hoffman
Elizabeth Banks
"Emily Jones"/ Sarah
Rachel Weisz
"Summer Hartley"/ Natasha
Kevin Kline
Professor Hampton Roth
Derek Luke
Russell T. McCormack
Nestor Serrano
Arthur Robredo

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Definitely, Maybe
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Language

English

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  Gülsah rated Definitely, Maybe (2008) with 7.5 stars / 14.01.2016


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