You can turn “Something Borrowed” into something new this Tuesday, August 16th, because the best-selling novel turned movie will be released on dvd/blu-ray! Make sure to pick up your Blu-Ray/DVD + Digital Copy Combo Pack of the film to re-live the complex and touching relationships between Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin), Darcy (Kate Hudson), Dex (Colin Egglesfield), and Ethan (John Krasinski).
Also, if you have yet to read the book by author Emily Giffin, it’s a must read! As is the sequel, “Something Blue.” Two of my personal favorite books!
cheers! andrea ♥
I have been on cloud 9 ever since watching “Something Borrowed” last night!! The film is based on author Emily Giffin’s novel “Something Borrowed.” I am a huge fan of her books, especially SOBO and Something Blue!!
John Krasinski DEFINITELY stole the show for me!!! He is brilliantly hysterical and downright adorable! He made for a fantastic Ethan!!
The entire cast was great overall!
I always love Ginnifer Goodwin (Rachel), because I tend to relate to her personality/characteristics in many films. Kate Hudson is a sweetheart! (not as Darcy though, of course!!) Colin Egglesfield was a great Dex!! I hope to see him in more films from now on!
SEMI-SPOILERS: I found the film to be very true to the book, with minor differences here and there. For example, instead of the watch being the evidence, it was a jacket (If you read the book, you know what I’m talking about!) If you have yet to see the film, make sure to stay through the credits for a little preview of what’s to come!!! (Something Blue movie?!?!?! Set in London?!?!?! I’m there!)
Speaking of London, I loved the shots of London in this film, and the moment when Ethan said CHEERS! Cheers has become one of my favorite words ever since living in London last summer, and getting the Kate Spade CHEERS necklace for my birthday.
I hope that everyone goes to see this fantastic film! Readers of the book will not be dissappointed! For those who haven’t read the book, be prepared for a “not your average chick-flick ending.” This is definitely a movie where you find yourself rooting for “the bad guys.” (even though the other girl is just as bad!)
cheers! andrea ♥