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|The Object of My Affection|
Actors: Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Kali Rocha, Lena Cardwell, Natalie B. Kikkenborg
Director: Nicholas Hytner
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Jennifer Aniston stars in this sly romantic comedy as Nina, a young woman who falls in love with her new roommate, George, (Paul Rudd) even though he's gay and loves her purely as a friend. When Nina becomes pregnant, she ... more »
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Charlene C. (mccoffield) from SOUTHLAKE, TX
Reviewed on 10/25/2012...
I really enjoyed this movie and highly recommend it. Based on the novel by Stephen McCauley, I think it would be incorrect to classify it as a romantic comedy. The story line is unique and complicated - not that it's difficult to follow because it's not, just a lot going on - in this case, a good thing.
Jennifer Aniston plays Nina, a young woman who is at odds with the too most important people in her life, her boyfriend and her sister. Paul Rudd plays George, a young gay man who recently broke up with his live-in boyfriend. Nina and George meet at a party, become friends and move in together. What results is a complicated relationship that draws a fine line between love, sex and friendship. To say much more would be a spoiler.
I've seen most films starring Jennifer Aniston, and I think this is her best performance. As usual, Paul Rudd plays his part well, his character being the most balanced and sensitive of all. Fine performances and strong characters, which are essential to the plot, are shared by an all-star cast, including Nigel Hawthorne, Allison Janney, Alan Alda, Vince McBride and Tim Daly.
Samantha B. (sammywammy) from FRANKLIN, PA
Reviewed on 8/3/2009...
this is the most adorable movie, i saw it on tv this morning
& i just fell in love with it.
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Tess G. from ROSE HILL, KS
Reviewed on 12/7/2008...
Such a sweet movie. This is one I've watched over and over again. Paul Rudd is adorable and Jennifer Aniston is at her best here. Highly overlooked movie.