Imagine Me and You
Time Out says
Set in an upmarket patch of NW1 ‘Imagine Me and You’ is a glossy attempt to combine Richard Curtis-style jokes about British diffidence with the sexual-identity-crisis comedy of ‘Kissing Jessica Stein’. But the film lacks the sparkle of Curtis’s best work and its treatment of Rachel’s attraction for Lucy is strangely coy. But the American Perabo (doing a good English accent) and Headey are likable leads – and Goode brings a touching vulnerability to his role as the luckless Heck. If they ever remake ‘Brief Encounter’, he’d be great as the spurned husband.