|I have problem with the italicisation|
shouldn't it be: 'he's just not that into you'?
Diane Snyder and Warren Cheswick from Ed (which is one of the most underrated tv shows of all time) feature in the first five minutes.
Prejudices in the film (in order of appearance)
Racism (Africans in mud huts, seriously?)
Gigi and Alex (Diane and Warren) feature all the way through it turns out. They're the stars, it's their story really. Awww isn't that sweet.
This is a really hateful film, it's just horrible in every respect.
Jennifer Connelly (who I love) plays a character who may very well be a psychopath, not very well.
Jennifer Aniston is barely in the film, but she seems to have a job working with two of the other characters at a mail order spice emporium where they keep having to come up with 'copy' for nutmeg. I'm not sure whether this is supposed to be funny or ironic or something but it isn't. She's not very good, but it feels harsh to blame her.
Some traditional Blue Donkey film review rhetorical questions:
Everyone in it has far too much money, where does it all come from? What is the point of the inserted sections? Could Scarlett Johansson's character be more of a porn film cliche?
RATING: 1 Green Dress eeeuuuuchhhhh