They said, "if two person, different gender, are together for a long time, there must be something behind it; love." I didn't believe that actually but this movie delivers that quote in a good way. To be sexist to write this review, Rosie is indeed portrays women in general where they never tell a man his problem, where they try hard to stay strong whenever storms arrive them, where they be silly for a man they love.
My having to do some cleaning on a Sunday afternoon always demands a time-passer light film that never seems to cry for my attention too much, making the job a successful one, but this was not my greatest choice. Both leads are extremely likeable, but its lazy depiction of the passage of time and its clear obstacles towards the lovely couple not to be an item turn it into an irritating and corny example.