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Down to You
A romantic and comedic tale of Al Connelly (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) and Imogen (Julia Stiles), a young couple whose passionate romance takes them for a ride down the all-too-powerful path of first love.

Starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Julia Stiles, Selma Blair

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[--- Good ---]by  
Feb 6, 2000
This was a great movie, but in guys terms "a chick flick." It's a great movie to go to see with friends just for the sake of seeing a movie. It was a lot of fun to watch.
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Feb 6, 2000
The movie "Down To You" was cute. Nothing more. If you were a huge fan of "Ten things that i hate About you", you might like it. It was a predictable romance. I smiled a few times, but that was all. Nothing special.
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Feb 8, 2000
Well, I think this movie could have been better. It was a good movie, but not one that you have to run to the theater and see it. I think Freddie Prinze jr. and Julia Stlyes work great together, but I also think Freddie Prinze jr. is a great actor and needs to get out of the teen movies or "chick flicks." But it also had a good story line, some parts were kinda dumb, but it was also good, and funny. I would recommend seeing it sometime.
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Mar 13, 2000
Hey all you movie lovers! If your a looking for a romantic comedy here it is! This is a great date movie. It is new, fresh, and orginal!

It shows all the bright undiscovered talents of Julia Stiles and Freddy Prinz. Jr. They play two college students that meet at a bar in New York City. They are a love-at-first-sight couple. They have lots in commen. Al( Freddy) has a dad that is a famous cooking chef on tv! He has a show called Chef Ray. Imagin(Julia) loves that show. They are both only childs.

In the begining of the movie they physco-analyze each other. At the end they do again and wow are their answers way different! In the movie they go through all the begining lovey-dovey moments and first kisses. All the things like that. They soon start to realize that love is not all fun and games when Imagin returns from a summer in France with her cousins and other family. Her cousins asked questions about marriage and that started Imagin thinking. The thought of marriage scared her.

Al and her soon started drifting apart like they needed more in their lives than each other. Al has almost no one to turn to when Imagin gets in a cranky mood and brings up the topic of breaking up. In the begining Al's friend Munk chose his new work over friendship. His other best friend Eddy went a little mental when the three friends started to part. Finally a big problem comes along at one of Munk's famous parties and Imagin does something she will regret her entire life. I cannot say any more or the movie is pointless to see.

The ending is different then you would expect so do not go thinking "Oh, they'll just get togther again if they brake up and live happily ever after." All I can say is go see the movie!!!!

I loved it and saw it three times! It is one of the best Films of 1999-2000. Just trust me on this one please!

You can email me after seeing the movie and tell me what you thought! My address is sweet16dreams@hotmail.com

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