Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: December 25, 2005
3.9
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Generally unfavorable reviews based on 78 Ratings
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5
NigelWJan 10, 2006
A reasonably good film, it held my attention and didn't fundamentally offend me. There were some laugh out loud moments, mainly thanks to Shirley MacLaine. Jennifer Aniston played herself admirably. Just let down by the predictable ending.
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RichardGDec 29, 2005
Enjoyable to watch. Anniston, Costner and McLaine are so good that I liked it in spite of the lack of a competent script and the presence of a non-actor (Mark Rufalo) as a main character. Could have been a really smart movie, but it feels Enjoyable to watch. Anniston, Costner and McLaine are so good that I liked it in spite of the lack of a competent script and the presence of a non-actor (Mark Rufalo) as a main character. Could have been a really smart movie, but it feels like the studio "script doctors" have been at it again. About 500 times better fare than "The Family Stone." Expand
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TonydannieDec 31, 2005
Here is a movie I was looking forward to seeing. It had an iteresting idea. What Happened? Well, I am still trying to figure it out. It's not that the movie was boring. It had its good moments and its bad moments. It was slow, but Here is a movie I was looking forward to seeing. It had an iteresting idea. What Happened? Well, I am still trying to figure it out. It's not that the movie was boring. It had its good moments and its bad moments. It was slow, but watchable. However, Would I recomend goingto see this at the big Screen......? No! This one is more of a DVD stay At home NIght Rental. Expand
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MarcD.Dec 26, 2005
A decent film wrecked by horrible pacing. What's up, Marty DeBergi? There's a fine line between stupid and clever, and you're on the wrong side of it with this one. You wasted fine performances by Shirley & Kevin, but I A decent film wrecked by horrible pacing. What's up, Marty DeBergi? There's a fine line between stupid and clever, and you're on the wrong side of it with this one. You wasted fine performances by Shirley & Kevin, but I don't honestly know if this one was ever destined for a green score with that sreenplay anyway. Expand
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