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Speaking of disappointment, go ahead and prepare yourself for the potential of more as the closing credits begin to scroll.
Thanks to Hollywood's constant desire to market films based on what they feel they have to trick people into thinking they're about, some audiences will likely go to see The Break-Up, ignore the insinuations of the movie's title, and expect something cute and fluffy.
As such, the movie is unfairly saddled with expectations that it can't possibly meet for no other reason than the simple fact that this is NOT a conventional "chick flick" romantic comedy that will warm those little heart cockles and send you floating out of the theater on a cotton candy cloud. Rather than dutifully go get the extra lemons, Vince tries to find alternatives that will allow him to just sit on the couch and play video games until everybody arrives.
After a chance meeting at a Cubs/White Sox baseball game, an "opening credit relationship photo montage" creatively establishes that Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn are a couple. You see, Jennifer is busy cooking for a family dinner. Perhaps use the lemons to flavor the chicken since he tasted it and thought it was a little too spicy anyway?
Vince's only responsibility is to bring home 12 lemons so that she can create a centerpiece for the dinner table. Maybe place them in a glass and create a smaller centerpiece?
Jen's had enough and decides to grant him his wish. Probably because it feels so real, and sometimes reality doesn't always sell. The arguments and hard-feelings that slowly develop will likely hit home with anybody who has gone through a break up, and I have no doubt that many, if not most, guys will fill a little discomfort when they see some of themselves in Vince. He treats his friends and brothers in the same manner, but they still love the guy and like hanging out with him; he just needs to learn to accept doing things he might not want to for the people he loves.