The Object of My Affection
Comedy • R • 1998 • 1 hr 51 min
It was pretty good, a little heavy at times, for my taste
The movie deals with an interesting topic in a cute way. Btw great cast. This really got me
A pretty typical rom-com, easy and simple.
A bit messed up, but well-performed and touching that you gotta care about the characters.
Promising but disappointing. There's just too many elements distracting you from the plot
If someone asks me which Anniston movie i would recommend, this would be the last one in line.
it's truly one of my favorite movies. If you want to see an honest movie about friendship& love with a great cast, than watch it.
A lot like every movie she did in the 90s. If you like the Jennifer Lopez romance films, you'll like these. Havent rewatched so may be dated
Solid acting, plot was handled relatively well for its time. Great chemistry between cast members, one of my go to comfort movies
Well definitely a different kind of romcom plot. The timeline felt kind of rushed in my opinion. Still heartwarming
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