What If


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 74%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 76623

Keywords:   best friend, falling in love

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November 08, 2014 at 11:20 AM



Daniel Radcliffe as Wallace
Mackenzie Davis as Nicole
Adam Driver as Allan
Sarah Gadon as Megan
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751.11 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 6
1.43 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MartinHafer 7 / 10

Far from perfect, but worth seeing...

Have you ever watched a film that was pretty good but easily could have been better? Well, that's my reaction to What If, a new DVD release which stars Daniel Radcliffe (yes, THAT Daniel Radcliffe). It's a pretty decent little romance, but the film also sure looks like the script could have used a decent editing, as sometimes the dialog is needlessly offensive--with ample references to feces and the like. Additionally, while the two leads (Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan) are both very likable, some of the supporting characters are absolutely ridiculous, as no one talks or acts like some of these folks.

The film is much like the premise behind When Harry Met Sally. In other words, it questions whether a man and woman can be just friends and stay that way. In this case, Wallace meets Chantry--a woman who is engaged and living with another man. They agree to only be friends, but as the film progresses, you see them spending more and more time together and they obviously have some chemistry.

The film has lots of sweet and amusing moments between the leads-- and the clever script and nice acting work together well most of the film. But at other points, this chemistry is obscured by needless distractions--which I talked about above. All in all, however, the good does outweigh the bad and the film will be an interesting experience to folks who love Radcliffe--which these days seems to be practically everyone.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 7 / 10

Good actors in cute formulaic rom-com

Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) has been heart broken for a year since his relationship with Megan (Sarah Gadon). He's a med school dropout living with his sister Ellie (Jemima Rooper) in Toronto. He goes to his college roommate Allan (Adam Driver)'s party and falls for his cousin animator Chantry (Zoe Kazan). The big problem is that she already has a boyfriend. He throws her number away but they run into each other at the theater for 'The Princess Bride'. Nicole (Mackenzie Davis) moves in with Allan. Chantry invites Wallace for dinner and meets her boyfriend Ben (Rafe Spall) and her recently broken up sister Dalia (Megan Park).

Daniel Radcliffe is not the new Hugh Grant but he has a certain charm. Zoe Kazan has that indie charm and together they form a nice cinematic couple. The movie has nothing new to say but I don't see that as big of a problem as many critics. It's asking the same question as 'When Harry Met Sally...' There is enough cuteness and adorability in this formulaic rom-com. The actors are fine and there is good chemistry. Adam Driver from Girls is a tamer version of Adam and he works quite well. Mackenzie Davis is also fun. Director Michael Dowse does need to stop filming the CN tower. It gets annoying and the CN tower is not some fanciful icon either.

Reviewed by kosmasp 8 / 10

What if ... there were actually good romantic comedies?

You might wanna overlook a few bumps along the road and rate them higher, because they are so rare. That's what if happens, as it does in this case. I think a 7 out of 10 would have been a more accurate rating, if there were more romantic comedies that would have at least some class and some sass and ... well something at all.

As it is , What if is one of the better one, not only in recent years and shows a different side to the artist formerly known as Mr. Potter. He's actually pretty good in this, which can be attributed to the dialog and script in general. It's obvious where the movie leads and it almost seems unfair to some of the other characters. Some clichés will happen (they always do), but overall this is a very nice and decent affair (no pun intended)

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