There is nothing like friendship. Outside of our immediate families, our friends are the most important people in our lives.
That is until an attractive member of the opposite sex (or the same-sex, if you are so inclined) enters the picture.
In the 1998 movie, The Very Thought Of You, Frank (Rufus Sewell), Daniel (Tom Hollander) and Laurence (Joseph Fiennes) have been best friends since they were kids. Nothing has torn them apart. That is until they all meet and fall in love with Martha (Monica Potter) an American woman looking for a new life in London. Martha has no idea that these men are friends and neither Frank, Tom or Laurence have any idea that they have fallen for the same women.
This movie could have been the typical rom-com. But it’s not. The unique narrative stands out among the genre and proves that a rom-com can be entertaining without being predictable.
I recommend it.