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We’re looking at the biggest and best romantic movies of 2016, whether it’s about pure love or romantic-comedy.

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The source novel was very different, focusing on a single 38-year-old book publicist who travels around the world to see how different cultures deal with single life.

Truth and realism would have served the story well but instead it’s sometimes distractingly artificial, from Leslie Mann’s boyf’s totally cool reaction to finding out she’s pregnant to another man, to Dakota going to her recent ex’s Christmas party, to Rebel Wilson announcing she’s super rich and working at a paralegal firm for fun.

Meanwhile her 40-something doctor sister (Mann) refuses to have a baby or any form of relationship, before she falls into dating a much younger man.

Finally, a bar wifi thief (Brie), looking for “The One” using dating sites, finds herself with the consequence-free barman… Dakota is the lead role, but it’s also a (disjointed) ensemble – Alison Brie’s role has no real connection to the others (she never shares a scene with them), and halfway through her perspective disappears, replaced by that of the easy-sex barman she bedded with.

The trailer has some remarking that it looks made by the Hong King tourism board and is a ‘Before Sunrise’ riff without the depth, and while this may have shades of truth, the excellent festival reviews say it’s an authentic, relatable and pleasant watch.

Toula (Vardalos) now works in the family restaurant and her fed-up, smothered teen daughter is contemplating college in another state.

A Chinese-American toy designer from LA (Chung, ‘Sucker Punch’), visits Hong Kong for the first time on business.

Finding herself stranded, she meets an American expat (Greenberg, ‘Friends With Benefits) who shows her the city.

Sequel to the 2002 surprise smash hit, that spawned an ill-fated TV series spinoff in 2003.

Lead actress Nia Vardalos scripts again, but the original director has gone, replaced by the helmer of ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’ and ‘Nanny Mc Phee’.

This is the ninth Nicholas Sparks novel to be adapted for the big screeb, following the likes of ‘The Notebook’, ‘Dear John’ and ‘The Best of Me’.

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