This was a really pleasant, touching movie with a nice story and a good moral, even if the ending came off a little silly. I really wanted to see this movie to peek at Scarlett Johansson again, since she was so fantastic in Lost in Translation. I was pretty amazed at how she played a younger woman - granted, she's quite young already, but her character in this movie really came across as that line between immaturity and young adult (living at home, moving into a dorm room, wearing pajama bottoms, and even her make up seemed a little "girlish"). Dennis Quaid is really an underrated actor, I think, since he makes every role convincing - it seems effortless for him. Topher Grace from That 70s Show is likeable, but I have a feeling he's going to end up playing the same character over and over again, or at least characters with the same quirks. The only thing I really didn't like was the "Teddy K" ending, especially his "worshiper" employee, since his character was so one-sided and sleezy it was unbelievable. It was also a little too convienient for the "bad guys" to lose their jobs in the end. However, I did appreciate that they left the lives of the main characters slightly open-ended - movies that leave the audience to invent what happened next always intrigue me.