A time-travelling Cinderella of sorts, with Hugh Jackman (getting stuck in the Twenty-first century as opposed to the Nineteenth century which he hailed from, and) falling in love with the modern Meg Ryan.But, if you’ve seen any Meg Ryan rom-com of the last decade, there’s very little that is not considered antiquated about them. Director James Mangold, who once tremendously impressed me with Heavy and subsequently impressed me with Copland, has been perpetually letting the air out of his own tires. First it was in little squeezes. With Girl, Interrupted, he slashed them himself. Now, he has seen it fit to purposely drive through a spike-strip.