Alex and Emma – Edited

Theatrical Release: February 16, 2004
DVD Release: February 16, 2004
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Synopsis

Publish or perish! Alex has just 30 days to finish his romance novel and collect his wirting fee – money he owes to loan sharks threatening his life. So stressed-out Alex hires Emma to be his stenographer and discovers she’s opinionated, direct, a cause of exasperation… and a source of inspiration. From director Rob Reiner comes a movie about when Alex met Emma, a fun affair set in both the modern world Emma and Alex share and the 1920’s Gatsby-like world of the book they’re creating. With love and laughs, wit and imagination, Alex and Emma writes the book on romance.

Dove Review

“Alex and Emma” is a great twist on the classic love story. With all of the elements of a good movie, and a good novel, “Alex and Emma” pulls you into a world of intrigue and romance. Luke Wilson is desperately funny and Kate Hudson’s wit and charm makes her easy to fall in love with. “Alex and Emma” is a great romantic comedy.

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Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Writer: Jeremy Leven
Director: Rob Reiner
Producer: Rob Reiner
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 96 min.
Reviewer: Kd Lukens