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How Do You Know is a american film of genre Drama directed by James L. Brooks released in USA on 17 december 2010 with Reese Witherspoon

How Do You Know (2010)

How Do You Know
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Released in USA 17 december 2010
Length 1h56
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Drama,    Comedy,    Romantic comedy,    Romance
Rating53% 2.698742.698742.698742.698742.69874

How Do You Know is a 2010 romantic comedy drama film directed, written and produced by James L. Brooks. It stars Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson.

The film was shot in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. It was released on December 12, 2010. It was the third film to feature Witherspoon and Rudd following 2009's Monsters vs. Aliens and 1998's Overnight Delivery.

The film was both a critical and financial failure, grossing $48 million against a $100 million budget.

Synopsis

Softball player Lisa Jorgenson (Reese Witherspoon) is devastated when she is left off the Team USA roster. Unsure what to do next, Lisa begins dating Matty Reynolds (Owen Wilson), a pitcher for the Washington Nationals. She also receives an intriguing phone call from a young executive, George Madison (Paul Rudd), who was advised by a friend of Lisa's to give her a call. George calls out of politeness because he wants to explain that his relationship with his girlfriend has just become more serious. But life takes an abrupt turn for the worse for George when he suddenly finds himself the target of a federal criminal investigation for corporate malfeasance at a company run by his father, Charles Madison (Jack Nicholson). George is fired from his job and abandoned by the company, with the exception of his father and his pregnant secretary, Annie (Kathryn Hahn).

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