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Along Came Polly (2004)

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10/10: I gave it a 10...
Wednesday, February 17, 2021

I gave it a 10 out of spite I hardly ever write reviews, and this really isn't one. I'm just in shock at the number of people here who have no sense of humor at all. Did your parents beat you growing up or something? How in hell did you not find humor in this movie? Some of the reviews here a worded like you just watched a serious horror movie. My mom told me growing up, "never trust a person with no sense of humor". Well, I guess I hit the jackpot of the most boring, miserable people right here.

5/10: Along Came a Mediocre Rom...
Friday, February 15, 2019

Along Came a Mediocre Rom Com Ben and Jen do their best to overcome an unengaging story and a lack of forward momentum in Along Came Polly. There are some decent laughs throughout, but nothing that stuck with me after the credits. It's not awful by any means, but it's pretty forgettable.

9/10: Solid belly laughs in this...
Monday, October 1, 2012

Solid belly laughs in this one, and a fantastic supporting cast I first saw this movie several years ago -- not in the theatre, but pretty soon after it went to DVD. I have now watched it several times in its entirety, and it seems when I'm flipping channels and it's on Showtime or HBO, I'll tune in for a few minutes and then get hooked again. Oh my god, Philip Seymour Hoffman is worth it alone -- between the sharting, the basketball game, and the community theatre presentation of "Jesus Christ Superstar", I am a wheezing mess by the end of this film from laughing so hard. And, every time I watch it, I appreciate someone else's performance, or see some added nuance that I might have missed before. I think this is Ben Stiller's best film by far. It will remain a classic in our household for years to come.

7/10: "I don't want to...
Monday, March 2, 2009

"I don't want to get married. I just want to take you to dinner, sometime this week". It's a romantic comedy with Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston in the main roles. The plot is very funny and even not being totally innovative it has some different characteristics from some other romantic comedies. I enjoyed the ending of this movie, something that I usually don't in romantic comedies, and that was because of even being predictable the ending was funny! The Anniston's character is just great. She's funny, nonsensical, but at the same time very independent and sweet. The character played by Stiller is the typical guy who wants a compromise, to be married and have kids; but he will change with her. To the point that near the end he just says: "I don't want to get married. I just want to take you to dinner, sometime this week".I liked the plot, the...

A funny and cute comedy...
Wednesday, January 16, 2008

A funny and cute comedy with 'Ben and Jen' Along Came Polly is not a masterpiece in the rom-com genre, but I did enjoy it, and although the humour is sometimes gross, it does make you laugh. However I would not consider this to be one of those movies to watch again and again. A one time watch, or just once every so often is good enough.Reuben Feffer (Ben Stiller) analyses risk for a living and is an extremely cautious man, with an extremely cautious life. When he marries Lisa (Debra Messing), everyone considers them the perfect couple, as they are well suited to one another. But when Lisa cheats on him on their honeymoon with their Frenchie-French scuba diving instructor Claude (Hank Azaria...BUFFED UP!), Reuben's heart breaks. He returns to New York and bumps into Polly Prince (Jennifer Aniston), and they begin dating, despite being very different. Polly lives in the moment, Reuben thinks...

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