Dakota Johnson, left, and Rebel Wilson in a scene from "How to Be Single."
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Momentarily untied from "50 Shades of Grey" and its planned sequels, Dakota Johnson is looking for love in "How to Be Single," a mild and fittingly discombobulated ode to singlehood that plays like a "Sex and the City" spinoff. We're back in that rom-com bastion – New York: the fairy tale, cobblestoned version – with a quartet of female archetypes who live in questionably affordable Manhattan apartments, and in a story that revolves around one character (Johnson) prone to occasional inner-monologue narration.Alice's older sister, an obstetrician named Meg (Leslie Mann), plays the part of the careerist woman pining for a baby.The key here is the winsome Johnson, an assured actress at home in any of the comic or dramatic shifts of the film.
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