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My Super Ex-Girlfriend
Hell hath no fury like a superwoman scorned.
When New York architect Matt Saunders dumps his new girlfriend Jenny Johnson - a smart, sexy and reluctant superhero known as G-Girl - she uses her powers to make his life a living hell!
Fun. Funny. Fabulously enjoyable.
Maybe I'm gay and I just don't know it... But I really like this movie. This is the second time watching it and it still delivers. Luke Wilson is charming (yes, I said it) and Ms. Pulp Fiction is also fun. And as for the supporting cast, Eddie Izzard and Rain Wilson are hilarious. I honestly don't see what people dislike so much about this movie. I mean yeah it's nothing great, but it's still a very well done and highly enjoyable viewing experience. Maybe the reason so many people don't like this flick is because it features a scene involving a terribly rendered CGI shark being thrown into an apartment bedroom (don't ask). Yep, that's…
The downside to the superhero phenomenon, which a super-geek like myself loves, is that all of Hollywood wants a piece of it. So somebody in an LA office turns to another guy in an LA office and says "let's make a movie about a superchick who gets dumped and is all pissy". Yay. Wonderful. The only reason it didn't utterly suck was Uma Thurman and Anna Faris breathing life into weak and uneven characters. The motivations and moods of these characters are all over the place. The script is such a mess.
On the upside Uma throws a live shark into Anna Faris' bed. You don't get to see that too often. Thumbs in the middle.
Really really not good. Should have been great with the talent involved but feels like the studio noted it to death.
This isn't funny, but it's also not boring, so it kind of evens out. Anna Faris and Uma Thurman and Eddie Izzard give more effort than the writer or director did, so that's weird.
I appreciate the fact that, while they don't at any stage make an effort to articulate the film's plot, set-up or characters, they do spend four minutes explaining how Luke Wilson can get a boner in space.
Looks like shit... like a sitcom thrown into a washing machine with ten gallons of bleach, dried in the Sahara desert, and stretched for projection. It's also incredibly misogynistic: from siding with the man who panics once his role of provider and protector is unhinged; from the fact that the super-woman only feels good about herself once the man takes interest; from the presentation of women as clingy, emotionally unstable creatures who should go elsewhere once sex has ended. Best moment: Thurman throws a shark through a Manhattan apartment window.
I'd honestly forgotten how awful this is. I can't think of one redeemin feature. Even Ana Faris can't help this.
Groton Public Library
disgusting and probably one of the boring worst movie i have ever seen
There was a good idea buried in this movie. That's why it's getting a star. Unfortunately the execution is poor at best.
i am not so sure sharks work that way.
I found this movie enjoyable but nothing special. I just am not a huge fan of Uma Thurman, so this one isn't really a hit for me.
Incredibly cheesy and unfunny comedy. I believe I laughed twice. Luke Wilson proves why he's one of my least favourite actors and Uma does a nice job going crazy but that's about it. Everyone else really stinks, save for Rainn Wilson, who does a nice job playing against type as an anti-Dwight. Other than that, though, the story sucks, the special effects are crappy, and the laughs are few and far between. Just a terrible attempt at comedy.
Hell hath no fury like a super woman's scorn.
That being said this movie was pretty mediocre...
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