One of my favorite movies is "He's Just Not That Into You." The reason I like it so much is because I think it tells an honest story about love and relationships. I think men and women alike will appreciate the message this movie is trying to send - that yes, some people do plays games, but for the most part, what you see is what you get. There are no mixed messages or body language to analyze or conversations to dissect. If a guy likes you, he will make it known, even if it's through some small gesture - female intuition alone should be able to pick up on it. But if you find yourself wondering why he never accepts your invitation to go out, why he doesn't call when he says, or if he's simply being a jerk, it's because HE'S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU.
There are rules, and yes, there are some rare exceptions. But you are not the exception. You can't even think that maybe you are the exception. It just doesn't work that way.
And now a clip from the show that started it all "Sex and the City" (another one of my favorites). The book (and in turn the movie) were inspired by the episode "Pick-a-Litte, Talk-a-Little" in which Miranda asks Carrie's boyfriend Berger for his opinion on why a guy would not accept her invitation to come up to her apartment after a date. His reply: "He's just not that into you."
Why some women continue to delude themselves and over analyze men and their behavior is beyond me. Maybe they haven't seen this movie yet.
If you are an open-minded individual that has not yet seen this movie, then I think you'll appreciate it. The movie shows dating from both perspectives, which I think is important to be aware of while dating. So if you're single and looking for answers, stop analyzing and just watch this movie!