The Hating Game
Resolving to achieve professional success without compromising her ethics, Lucy embarks on a ruthless game of one-upmanship against cold and efficient nemesis Joshua, a rivalry that is complicated by her growing attraction to him.
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"I wanted to love this movie because I adore the enemies to lovers trope and I heard that the book was good, but the film was just mediocre. The main problem was the chemistry between the main leads. Lucy Hale was giving it all she got, but the male lead was just not up to par. He was great in the more in love moments of the film, but for most of the movie he was trying so hard to be this brooding Mr. Darcy type that came off more monotone than sexy. This was really detrimental to the film, as it made all the scenes that are supposed to be seeped in sexual tension (ya know, the scenes enemies to lovers thrive off of) stale. I’ll give the book a chance, but I can’t see myself sitting down to give this movie another watch. It’s such a shame because the film had such potential, it just wasn’t executed properly."
"Very much a fan of this kind of genre, there were some adult scenes but other than that great movie I thought it was romantic and had some laughs in it too. Towards the end everything felt rushed like I don’t think the topic was cleared about what was Josh talking about exactly with the boss. "
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