Touching, Compelling, Perfectly Ordinary
This movie is great, in my opinion, because its so misunderstood. Its so
simple! The dialogue is not heavy, but it is perfectly articulated and
emotional, and delivered brilliantly by Jennifer Aniston, who really
as Justine, a small town girl who wants to get away from the monotony of
life. Jake Gyllenhaal's role as a Holden Caulfield wannabe is well pulled
off. I particularly liked how depressingly un attractive his drunken
were. You could see so many emotions in Justine, trying to ignore what she
didn't like about him, trying to find something to love about him. Though
all time favourite aspect of the movie is the painfully realistic awkward
sex and kissing. With an extreme but none the less effective ending, I'd
easily give this film a biased 9/10! A little slice of real life, for a
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Jennifer Aniston was great as always!!.
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Good movie. Jennifer Aniston plays very good but is eclipsed by Jake Gyllenhaal.
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Nice but very boring. .
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it is a good movie .
awesome movie .
I saw it 5 times and I love it!.
i love jenoffer aniston.
a very good movie people please watch.
heard that this is a funny movie hope it would be fun thank you.
In your corner! In your corner!
Anyone who likes independent films will enjoy this. It is a solid movie. I
think the TV show "Friends" is deplorable garbage and responsible (among
LOTS of other things) for the modern American attitude. That said,
Jennifer Aniston is great in this film. I was unaware she could act, and
always assumed she was playing herself on television. In The Good Girl, she
is a blue collar wife working in a Wal-mart type of store. Her life is
going nowhere and she wants out. John C. Reily is also excellent (as he is
in all of his roles) as her pot-head house-painter husband. Tim Blake
Nelson is the epitome of a follower/side-kick, who becomes the "sleeper" of
all manipulators. He controls absolutely nothing in his life except for the
ability to make his dog go to one part of the room. He lives his life
vicariously through Reily's and because of this stumbles upon some
information that allows him to control the entire universe of the central
characters' lives. The film on a whole is a bit of a downer, but there is
resolve in the end. 7 out of 10..