I'm not a film critic, just a 56 year old viewer; call me the commonman that's not too common. I'll just use words that everyoneunderstands, since I don't know all the others. What this film did forme is it brought back the feel of the late 50s / early 60s, you know,when there used to be a few morals left. Some of you may remember thosedays. You could see this throughout the whole movie, the way theytalked, dressed and acted toward each other. Even the city and the carsand the mailboxes on the corner (remember those?) in the opening scene,everything was bright, clean and wholesome. The atmosphere at LakeWakapougie(?) was clear and made you wish you were there too. Even inthe lodge: No one had tattoos, no men were wearing earrings. Can youimagine that?! No men with long hair? No Mohawks? Is this legal?! Noone weighed 350 pounds and looked like a World War 3 surviving shopperin Walmart. Just a nice, easy to follow, fun and relaxing moviecomplete with great background music that fit it perfectly, sweet andcalm. What a contrast to what we have now. If the film were to be madenow, Rock would probably have been a drug smuggler and would have had along bedroom scene with everyone of the stars in the opening scene,complete with as much swearing as they could possibly have stuck inthere just to make sure the movie would go over. I mean, they do haveto sell movies, right?! Do I exaggerate? What do you think? This is themain reason I like this film so much. It's just a nice, sweet andwholesome film about a guy and girl who accidentally fall in lovethrough a great setup. Yet the people aren't perfect, neither is thefilm. I haven't found a perfect one yet. The only semi-negatives Icould find, were the obvious tie-attached-to-Easy scene, yet it wasfunny.(I missed how that happened until I backed up and watched itagain...if you recall, people in the movies back then couldn't do that)also, there is a time sequence I didn't get. Abigail calls Roger at, Ithink, 2 in the morning, yet everyone is still up like it's 10PM atnight! ... The guys at the bar who also have to be up in 3 hours forthe competition, John Screaming Eagle... everybody except Roger. That'sanother thing I thought was a little strange although it added comedyto the film. John Screaming Eagle is always keeping an eye on Roger's'happenings'. Even at 2AM? and no one is even yawning, they're raringto go like they all just got up! ha ha. I sure can't do that. Not at 2in the morning. All in all though, what a great film. and yeah, I sawthe other films the were mentioned, like "Bringing Up Baby". I'll takethis one over that one, although I liked "Bringing Up Baby" as well.What made a lot of the older films great was great dialog, greatdirection, great story lines. grate acting and fresh ideas. This hasalmost entirely been replaced in today's movies with massive swearing,constant drugs, rotten personalities, sex, sex, sex. Yes, today's filmsare truly designed for today's people. I guess the studios still knowwhat they're doing after all!