Now You Know

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  • R
  • 2002
  • 6.4  (1,667)

The movie Now You Know is a coming-of-age romantic comedy that follows Jeremy (played by Jeff Anderson) as he navigates through life after being abruptly fired from his job. Jeremy is a young man with little direction in his life, but his relationship with his long-term girlfriend, Amanda (played by Suzette Andrea), is the one constant that he can rely on.

Jeremy and Amanda move in together to a small apartment complex, where they meet their quirky neighbors, including the cheerful and bubbly Sarah (played by Rashida Jones) and the eccentric shut-in Ray (played by Trevor Fehrman). As Jeremy struggles to find a new job, he begins to question whether he is truly happy with his life and his relationship with Amanda.

The movie explores the ups and downs of Jeremy's life as he tries to find his true calling while dealing with the emotional fallout of being fired. Jeremy's journey is one of self-discovery, as he comes to realize that there is more to life than just working a dead-end job and that true happiness lies in pursuing your passions and living life to the fullest.

The romantic aspect of the movie is also a major focus, as Jeremy and Amanda's relationship is put to the test throughout the film. Despite their love for each other, they begin to realize that they may not be the best fit for each other in the long run, and the movie tackles the difficult decision of whether to break up and move on or to stay together and try to make it work.

Throughout the movie, the characters are relatable and likable, thanks in no small part to the excellent performances by the cast. Jeff Anderson is particularly impressive as Jeremy, bringing a strong sense of vulnerability to the role that makes his character easy to empathize with. Suzette Andrea also does a great job as Amanda, bringing a warmth and depth to the character that is essential to making the audience care about their relationship.

The supporting cast is also excellent, with Rashida Jones and Trevor Fehrman delivering standout performances as Sarah and Ray, respectively. Their characters bring an extra layer of humor and heart to the film, and their interactions with Jeremy and Amanda are some of the movie's most memorable scenes.

Overall, Now You Know is a charming and heartfelt movie that offers a refreshing take on the romantic comedy genre. With its relatable characters, engaging story, and top-notch performances, the film is a must-see for anyone who enjoys a good coming-of-age story or a feel-good romantic comedy.

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Description
  • Release Date
    2002
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (1,667)