A Lot Like Love (Music from the Motion Picture)
- 1 Third Eye BlindSemi-Charmed Life 4:27
- 2 Smash MouthWalking On the Sun 3:25
- 3 Eagle-Eye CherrySave Tonight 3:53
- 4 The CureMint Car 3:29
- 5 HooverphonicMad About You 3:43
- 6 Ray LaMontagneTrouble 3:59
- 7 TravisKnow Nothing 3:00
- 8 ChicagoIf You Leave Me Now 3:56
- 9 AqualungBrighter Than Sunshine 4:01
- 10 Groove ArmadaHands of Time 4:21
- 11 JetLook What You've Done 3:51
- 12 Anna NalickBreathe (2 AM) 4:39
- 13 Butch WalkerMaybe It's Just Me 3:21
|Runtime||1 hr 47 min|
|Budget||$30 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$42 886 719 April 21, 2005|
|USA||$21 845 719|
|Other countries||$21 041 000|
|Box Office – Budget||$12 886 719|
|Premiere: USA||$21 845 719 April 22, 2005|
|first day||$2 870 994|
|Digital: World||April 1, 2013|
|Parental Advisory||Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking, Sex & Nudity|
|Production Companies|| |
DescriptionUnacquainted Emily and Oliver join the mile-high club together on the way from LAX to NYC--end of story. Except that they keep meeting constantly over the next seven years.
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