This film takes melodrama and turns it into an action film by having a nonstop series of Deep and Meaningful Moments. Its worse than it sounds: It also stars Orlando Bloom, who, it turns out, is not so good in non-elf roles. Bloom is a glamorous sneaker designer whose father has just died. Thus, he must leave his glitzy West Coast world and go to Kentucky, where he meets the kind of ordinary people whove been hanging around studio back lots since Its a Wonderful Life. Also, he spends a lot of time trading platitudes with Claire (Kirsten Dunst), a stewardess whos so insufferable that everyone instantly loves her. If you like sweeping music and close-ups of peoples faces and forced, manipulative filmmaking that gives the audience no credit for being anything other than a mindless emotion-sponge, youre sure to love this nails-on-a-blackboard portrayal of what its like to have feelings, and to feel those feelings in the way that people who feel things feel them.