Three popular romantic comedies. In 'Elizabethtown' (2005), when Drew Baylor (Orlando Bloom) is fired from the shoe company he works for after losing them hundreds of millions of dollars, he is also dumped at the same time by his girlfriend. Deciding to kill himself, Drew's life is saved at the last minute by the news that his father has died, and that he wanted Drew to carry out his final wishes. On the flight back home, Drew meets feisty air hostess Claire (Kirsten Dunst), and, as they gradually fall in love, Drew begins to find new purpose in his life. But before he does, will he be able to survive the memorial service and his eccentric family in the small town where he grew up? In 'Just Like Heaven' (2005), when lonely David Abbot (Mark Ruffalo) moves into a new apartment, he meets the spirit of Elizabeth (Reese Witherspoon), a young doctor who used to live in the apartment and who was killed in a car accident - only she doesn't know that she's dead. While David starts to think he's going crazy, Elizabeth refuses to give up her place in the flat, until gradually the two mismatched flatmates start to fall in love. Finally, in 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' (2003), Andie (Kate Hudson) works on the advice column of a women's magazine, but she yearns to be a serious journalist. When her friend, Michelle (Kathryn Hahn), complains of being dumped, and her editor (Bebe Neuwirth) is looking for someone to write an article on how to win and lose a man in ten days, Andie jumps at the chance; witnessed by two women from an advertising agency. Ben (Matthew McConaughey), meanwhile, works for the same advertising firm and is trying to win a place on a very big account with a diamond firm. Egged on by his two female colleagues, Ben tells his boss that he is the man for the job as he can make any woman fall for him within two weeks. The scene is set, Ben and Andie are set up to choose each other for their hidden agendas and the pair find that they have to work twice as hard to succeed.