I don't get it.Not the movie. The movie's bland. Ticket taker falls in love with handsome man she barely speaks to. Man goes into coma. Ticket taker pretends to be engaged to handsome guy, but ends up falling for handsome guy's brother through a series of incredible coincidences. Ho-hum.
No, what I don't get is the attraction people have to Sandra Bullock. Maybe she's attractive, but she plays the same role in every movie she's been in. She's the girl next door, somewhat flakey, sometimes clutzy. Sometimes she drives a bus. What's the big deal? I want to see Sandra Bullock flex acting muscle. Be the bad girl. Take a chance.
As I said, the movie's bland. There's no chemistry between Bullock and coma-guy's brother (Bill Pullman) and the plot hinges on coincidences rather than action motivation for the characters. When coma-guy does wake up, there's zero suspense about which guy Bullock is going to choose. And a ticket-taker who comes out of the booth? In Chicago? Right. Not even if you were a millionaire being attacked by a pack of rabid dogs.It's better than Two If By Sea, though.