Saturday, January 16, 2010


There's a lesson to be learned in this movie: if you try very hard and you put your heart to it, in the end, you are going to get the girl. It doesn't matter if you're not good looking, has zero skills around girls and has to compete with an ex-punk named Jango who owns a chain of yoghurt stores. If you keep your eyes to the goal and try your hardest to succeed, Jennifer Aniston will be yours forever. Haha.
Seriously, why has Jen sunk so low to make movies like this one? It has zero percent impact in terms of acting, plot, setting - like one of those indie films which would never have the Blair Witch Project success. The only thing that I like about the movie is how things turned out in the end. Who wouldn't want to have a guy, albeit quite lame and whom you barely know, make your dreams come true and be a father to your child sired by a rich ex-punk douche bag? This guy has a big heart, something much more important than money or fame or even good looks. A guy with a big heart will make you the queen of his kingdom - or his small town motorist hotel. It was an "awww, how sweet!" moment for me when Mike offered Sue the deed to the motel and the benefit of being a father to her unborn child. What has she done to deserve that devotion? All bad looking and lame guys should act like this. It must be mandated.