The premise of the film takes us to New York, where a fledgling associate editor to a publishing company (Gellar) stumbles upon an often misguided May-December romance with a rival firm's powerhouse CEO (Baldwin). There were times where it was a little droning, but as a whole, the movie was halfway decent. Hearty one liners mixed well with the bold undertones (often set a little heavy in some places) of the old "this age difference really is the problem". Without ruining the movie for people who'd want to see this, I think that in the end, it plays nicely with the general public's view on relationships, jobs, and life as we know it. From a scale of one to ten, I'd give this a five and a half, boarding 6.
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