In ELIZABETHTOWN, promising young shoe designer Drew Baylor (Orlando Bloom) is humiliated when his innovative but foolish design for a winged trainer becomes the joke of the footwear industry. Adding to his woes, Drew receives a phone call informing him that his father has died and that he must head home to Elizabethtown to take care of the funeral arrangements. On the flight over he meets Claire (Kirsten Dunst), a neurotic but charming stewardess with whom he stumbles into a hesitant romance. Claire helps Drew face up to his wacky, estranged family and gives him a whole new lease on life.
In JUST LIKE HEAVEN, Elizabeth (Reese Witherspoon) is an ambitious medical intern who regularly clocks in 20 hour days at the hospital. Her work is her life, much to the chagrin of her married sister Abby, who is constantly trying to get her to go out more. Just as Abby succeeds in setting up a blind date for her sister, Elizabeth is killed in a terrible car crash. Appearing as a ghost to widower David (Mark Ruffalo), Elizabeth claims that the apartment he has just moved into is actually hers. After a 'spirited' exchange, the pair start to fall for each other, despite their mortal limitations.
In HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS, magazine journalist Andie (Kate Hudson) decides to spice up her advice column with a little social experiment; she bets that she can make a guy fall for her... and then get him to dump her within 10 days. Meanwhile, ad exec Benjamin Barry (Matthew McConaughey) makes a similar bet with his boss that he can meet a woman and have her fall in love with him within 10 days. Naturally the two of them come together, oblivious to each other's wagers. Who will blink first in this daring game of seduction?
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