Comedy • PG-13 • 2001 • 1 hr 24 min
A movie you need to watch before you die! Funny
I truly don’t get the “so bad” reviews for this one! J.G. Is amazing and overall it’s a good comedy to pass your time!
A silly concept for sure, but Gyllenhaal is both funny & enduring throughout, making for funny & charming movie.
Went into this movie for Jake Gyllenhaal.. came out underwhelmed as hell. Boooo! Tomato, Tomato, Tomato
One of those really dumb movies that has a few funny parts.
I love Jake Gyllenhaal but this movie was awful.
Way better than it would seem. Gyllenhaal has some true star power.
Some of the jokes haven’t aged well, and the plot is simple, but it’s dumb fun. Swoosie Kurtz is the MVP.
Pretty dumb and very broad, it has a little bit of heart buried in there, but it’s not worth wading through the crap to get there
a pretty stupid movie but in a good way. super funny and heartwarming. would strongly recommend!
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