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People Like Us explores a semi-autobiographical premise in which two adults discover that they are long lost siblings. It's an interesting concept, one that puts an inspired twist on the conventional courting formula. But along with the innovation comes an extra dose of syrupy comfort to ease you back into the Hollywood mainstream. What results is a hodgepodge of comedy and drama that works wonderfully in some places and falters in others. The story follows Sam (Chris Pine), a fast-talking salesman whose latest deal has collapsed on the same day he discovers his estranged father has died. Against his wishes, he's forced to come home to Los Angeles, where he must fulfil his father's final wish: delivering $150,000 of his family's fortune to the sister he never knew he had, the 30-year-old Frankie (Elizabeth Banks). In his struggle to decide what to do, Sam develops a cordial relationship with both his newfound sibling and her young son Josh (Michael Hall D'Addario). The plot of People Like Us is surprisingly compelling. In the end, we're presented with a very engrossing 'love' story that centres on a genuine friendship.

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