Unformatted text preview: either get married or breakup within the first two years of living together. This movie portrays that idea perfectly. The two live in their luxurious condo together and have a brutal breakup very shortly. This film then goes even further into the problems of cohabitation. Neither Gary (Vince) nor Brooke (Jennifer) wants to move out of their beautiful condo. This turns into many other problems, which makes it a very great comedy. But if you really look at the meaning of this movie, it characterizes the idea of cohabitation to a great extent. In my opinion, it is a great idea to be a testing ground for marriage, but if things don’t work out like planned, it can get very ugly, as this movie will show (in a comical way)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOCIO 230.101 taught by Professor Bennett during the Fall '08 term at Johns Hopkins.
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