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My Super Ex-Girlfriend

My Super Ex-Girlfriend

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Director: Ivan Reitman

Cast: Uma Thurman, Luke Wilson, Anna Faris


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A regular guy finds out just how hard breaking up can truly be when attempting to call it quits with a clingy female crime fighter who doesn't want to let love die in director Ivan Reitman's super-powered romantic comedy. Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) was looking for love when he first met pretty brunette Jenny


A regular guy finds out just how hard breaking up can truly be when attempting to call it quits with a clingy female crime fighter who doesn't want to let love die in director Ivan Reitman's super-powered romantic comedy. Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) was looking for love when he first met pretty brunette Jenny Johnson (Uma Thurman), and at the time it seemed as if he may had finally actually found it. Jenny isn't just your typical girl, though, because despite her outwardly normal appearance she is actually a powerful superhero dedicated to ridding the streets of crime. Her outward strength betrays a deep-rooted insecurity, too, and when Jenny begins to become a bit too possessive for Matt's laid-back taste, the troubled boyfriend does his best to end the relationship amicably. They say that breaking up isn't easy to do, however, and when your girlfriend is a superhero, that sentiment holds twice the truth as it does under any normal circumstances. Matt is determined to get on with his life, though, and as his budding romance with beautiful co-worker Hannah (Anna Faris) begins to get serious, jealous Jenny scornfully slips into G-Girl mode to prove that hell hath no fury like a woman superhero scorned.

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
What would it be like to date a female superhero who is insecure, neurotic, possessive, and insanely jealous? This outlandish comedy provides the answer. While fighting crime in Manhattan, buxom, blonde G-Girl (Uma Thurman) cuts a dashing figure in flowing cape, black leather tights, and boots. But as Jenny Johnson, the mousy, bespectacled manager of a trendy art gallery, she’s starved for affection -- which makes her vulnerable to the advances of perennially unlucky-in-love architect Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson). Jenny’s clingy ways eventually drive him into the arms of co-worker Hannah Lewis (Anna Faris), who’s ill prepared for a catfight with a super-powered rival. Simpsons-trained scriptwriter Don Payne works up several hilarious set pieces -- with contributions from a superhero, the couple’s bedroom romp is quite, how to put it, energetic -- although some potentially promising situations aren’t fully fleshed out. Veteran director Ivan Reitman elicits generally slick performances from the cast, although Faris and supporting player Rainn Wilson (best known for his work in The Office) aren’t given enough room to display their sharp comic chops. Though it's not quite the powerhouse its terrific premise promises, one can’t help but like this appealing, if slight, star vehicle for the always-engaging Uma Thurman.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
Starz / Anchor Bay
Region Code:
[Wide Screen, Color]
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Uma Thurman Jenny Johnson/G-Girl
Luke Wilson Matt Saunders
Anna Faris Hannah Lewis
Rainn Wilson Vaughn Haige
Eddie Izzard Professor Bedlam/Barry
Stelio Savante Leo
Mike Iorio Lenny
Mark Consuelos Steve
Wanda Sykes Carla Dunkirk
Margaret Anne Florence Shapely Bartender
Eva Veronika Elderly Lady
Lawrence Feeney Scary Dude
Lou Bonacki Parking Lot Manager
Jeff Norris NYPD Officer at Garage
Gregory Northrop NYPD Officer at Station
Catherine Reitman TV News Reporter
Fallon Brooking Young Girl
Richard Kenneth Brevard Thief
Ron Moreno Thief
Peter Patrikios Santos Thief
Tara L. Thompson Young Jenny
Kevin Townley Young Barry
Lilian Lynn Pedestrian at Robbery
Traver Rains Traver Rains
Richie Rich Richie Rich
Emily Girvin Bride
Abraham Sparrow Businessman
Clem Cheung Asian Businessman
Clint Chin Asian Businessman
Angel Sing Asian Businessman
Ben Wang Asian Businessman
Tara DiGiore Cheerleader
Tiffany Haupt Cheerleader

Technical Credits
Ivan Reitman Director
Billy Anagnos Stunts
Bobby Beckles Stunts
Christiana Blain Stunts
Jay M. Boryea Stunts
Wendy Greene Bricmont Editor
Jill Brown Stunts
Don Burgess Cinematographer
Jared Burke Stunts
Gifford Byrne Costumes/Costume Designer
Nicole Callender Stunts
Paul Camarro Set Decoration/Design
Bill Carraro Executive Producer
Teddy Castellucci Score Composer
John Cenatiempo Stunts
Victor Chan Stunts
Kevin Chase Stunts
Chris Barnes Stunts
Danajean Cicerchi Costumes/Costume Designer
Magdalene Clayton Costumes/Costume Designer
Bob Colletti Stunts
George Colucci Stunts
Blaise Corrigan Stunts
William Cote Stunts
Douglas Crosby Stunts
Cat Crosby Set Decoration/Design
Mario D'Leon Stunts
Richard Dean Makeup
Geoffrey Dowell Stunts
Kristin M. Farley Costumes/Costume Designer
Jeffrey Lee Gibson Stunts
Andy Gill Stunts
Brad Haehnel Sound Mixer
Judy Hou Stunts
Patrick Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
Cal Johnson Stunts
Sheldon Kahn Editor
Jeffrey D. Knott Stunts
Joseph La Corte Costumes/Costume Designer
Curtis Lyons Stunts
Carmel Macklin Stunts
Stephen Mann Stunts
Paul Marini Stunts
Jim McConkey Camera Operator
Robert McDougall Stunts
Sukari McGill Costumes/Costume Designer
Ian McLaughlin Stunts
M.J. Melillo Stunts
Danny Michael Sound Mixer
Arnon Milchan Producer
Shawn Murphy Sound Mixer
Kim Murphy Stunts
Jane Musky Production Designer
Kyra Panchenko Makeup
John Papsidera Casting
Don Payne Screenwriter
Clay Pinney Special Effects Supervisor
Gavin Polone Producer
Stephanie A. Pope Stunts
Jeremy Sample Stunts
Christie Sanders Stunts
Terry Serpico Stunts
Laura Jean Shannon Costumes/Costume Designer
Keith Siglinger Stunts
Tim Smith Stunts
Brian Smyj Stunts
Thomas Soluri Costumes/Costume Designer
Shawnna Thibodeau Stunts
Aaron Vexler Stunts
Caroline Vexler Stunts
Patricia Woodbridge Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- My Super Ex-Girlfriend
1. Chapter 1 [9:22]
2. Chapter 2 [10:39]
3. Chapter 3 [11:02]
4. Chapter 4 [9:20]
5. Chapter 5 [10:24]
6. Chapter 6 [9:08]
7. Chapter 7 [10:06]
8. Chapter 8 [10:16]
9. Chapter 9 [7:45]
10. Chapter 10 [8:00]
11. Chapter 11 [:00]


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My Super Ex-Girlfriend 2.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This could've been a great comedy, could have..... I don't know what happened to this movie, but it was dull and dull and just dull.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The idea behind this movie was great. The movie however was nothing short of a disappointment. It explains why it didn't do so well on the big screen. There were a couple of funny lines, funny scenes but I literally fell asleep towards the end. I still have NO clue how it ended and really don't care. That's what an "impression" this movie made on me. Maybe they picked the wrong people to star in this movie. I have a hard time seeing Urma in anything funny (or really anything for that matter) and don't think Luke Owens is that funny either. Disappointing. Could have been worse, I could have dished out the cash to see this flop on the big screen.
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
LoL this movie is crazy! makes you wonder what would really happen! not great but good for a laugh.
Earshot78 More than 1 year ago
This is actually a fun movie. I don't I've ever watched a movie about a neurotic super heroine who has just been dumped. And she returns with a vengeance. I thought the plot idea was pretty original and funny. It combined a realistic situation with a fantasy world, which reminds me of the movie Hancock. Usually super hero movies are heavy and dark with a dreary outlook. Super Ex is funny, quirky, lightly sexy. I like the unique approach to the story. Luke Wilson, Rainn Wilson, Anna Faris and Uma Thurman, Wanda Sykes and Eddie Izzard all worked pretty well in their roles. Especially Uma Thurman as the mousy sexy but dominante Jenny Johnson/G-Girl.
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