I don't recall too many, if any, romantic comedies on Hillary Swank's resume. In fact, I don't recall too many comedies on her resume. But, in a film where she doesn't die by the end, Swank shines as always as she plays a woman who, in the wake of her beloved husband's sudden death, must learn to pick up the pieces and move on in her life. As I've said, Swank did as great as ever here and this change of genre was surprising but ultimately welcome. Did anyone beside me see Phoebe from "Friends? Yes, I know Lisa Kudrow was in the movie, but unfortunately, she's Phoebe. So seeing her as a female version of Joey was just weird...and sometimes a bit forced. But she and the rest of the cast were still pretty good throughout the film. Even Harry Connick, Jr. showed some life here and there. And Gerard Butler left us with a memorable performance as Swank's now-dead husband, making us miss him all the more. My only wish is that we'd seen more of Kathy Bates on the grounds that she's just awesome. My biggest praise goes for the ending as it did not go the way we all thought it would. Oh, there were plenty of hints towards the ending every one of these movies moves towards, but there's a nice, and completely believable, twist at the end that leaves us with as much, if not a bit more, satisfaction as if a stereotypical ending had been chosen. This is a fine film. Enjoy. P.S.: I love you, film.