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Nicholas Hytner The Crucible directed this Wendy Wasserstein screenplay, adapted from Stephen McCauley's novel, about the romantic mismatch of a gay man and a young pregnant woman. When literary agent Sidney Miller Alan Alda and his wife Constance Allison Janney have a dinner party, Constance's social-worker stepsister Nina Borowski Jennifer Aniston attends without her lawyer boyfriend Vince McBride John Pankow. Also present are gay schoolteacher George Hanson Paul Rudd and his lover, Dr. Robert Joley Tim Daly. ...
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Nicholas Hytner The Crucible directed this Wendy Wasserstein screenplay, adapted from Stephen McCauley's novel, about the romantic mismatch of a gay man and a young pregnant woman. When literary agent Sidney Miller Alan Alda and his wife Constance Allison Janney have a dinner party, Constance's social-worker stepsister Nina Borowski Jennifer Aniston attends without her lawyer boyfriend Vince McBride John Pankow. Also present are gay schoolteacher George Hanson Paul Rudd and his lover, Dr. Robert Joley Tim Daly. George learns from Nina that he's being dumped by Robert, a scene ensues, and Nina then invites George to stay in the spare room of her Brooklyn apartment. Nina still has sex with boyfriend Vince, but during late-night talks, she begins to bond with her gay roommate. Nina and George take dance lessons at the local senior citizen's community center, and Gershwin's "You Were Meant for Me" sets the tone for romance as the two become soul mates. Unfortunately, shortly after their love blooms, Nina learns she's pregnant by Vince, who is no longer the object of her affections. Instead of telling the unwanted Vince right away, Nina asks George to join her in raising the child. George stays on, but in the months that follow, he also begins to see men again. Robert takes him along to a Connecticut conference where drama critic Rodney Fraser Nigel Hawthorne has Paul James Amo Gulinello in tow. George and Paul have an instant attraction, and this prompts everyone involved to reassess their emotional commitments.
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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The sophomore effort of writer-director-star Edward Burns shows considerable maturation of cinematic technique while retaining the offhanded sprightliness that distinguished his first film, The Brothers McMullen. He and McMullen alumnus Mike McGlone once again play squabbling siblings; this time around, Ed debates the feasibility of marrying girlfriend Maxine Bahns, who snagged him on the rebound after he caught former flame Cameron Diaz cheating on him. Mike, a cocky yuppie with more money than sense, avoids canoodling with sexually frustrated Jennifer Aniston so he'll have enough energy to surreptitiously bump uglies with...Cameron Diaz. Character actor John Mahoney scores bigtime as their cuckolded father, who regularly dispenses romantic advice of dubious merit. Working with a bigger budget and more generous production appurtenances -- not to mention costars and supporting players from mainstream Hollywood -- Burns successfully avoids the sophomore jinx with another distinctive film.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/6/2006
  • UPC: 024543246862
  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Format: DVD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    3 Excellant Movies

    All three movies are great. It was economical to purchase.
    Jennifer's talent is overlooked. She can do it all.

    She should be starring in the remake of some 60's movies. Wish the script would come along for her and Robert Downey Jr. They would be
    great together.

    I'm working on getting Friends on DVD. She will always be Rachael.

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