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Barrymore brought to roles opposite Adam Sandler in The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates." Mick La Salle of the San Francisco Chronicle observed, "Writer-director Marc Lawrence makes a talk-heavy variety of romantic comedy that not everyone likes - Miss Congeniality, Two Weeks Notice, Forces of Nature - but he does it well.
Moreover, Music and Lyrics has virtues its predecessors lack.
He and Cora perform the tune as he and Sophie intended it to be sung.
The end of the movie (an homage to VH1's Pop-Up Video) reveals that the song becomes a hit for Cora and Alex, the film version of Sloan's novel flops with critics and moviegoers(destroying his career), Po P!
Scenes play out longer than in most films, and conversations have a chance to evolve.
Also, because much of the film places the protagonists in rooms together, working for extended periods, there are an unusual number of two-person scenes, giving the actors the chance to show their charm, work off each other and develop the nuances of interaction ...
She is determined to convince Cora to abandon the arrangement, but Alex vetoes her efforts for fear he will lose Cora's goodwill.
But those gigs are declining, so he jumps at the chance to write a song and record it with reigning teen idol Cora Corman.
A washed up singer is given a couple days to compose a chart-topping hit for an aspiring teen sensation.
Though he's never written a decent lyric in his life, he sparks with an offbeat younger woman with a flair for words.
Upon hearing that Alex is singing a new song "written by Alex Fletcher", Sophie is upset to believe that Alex is stealing credit for her work; however, the song Alex sings is called "Don't Write Me Off", his plea for Sophie to give him another chance.
A touched Sophie finds Alex backstage and he confesses to having successfully convinced Cora to drop the risqué version of "A Way Back into Love" in an attempt to win Sophie back.