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Joined by Annette Bening, as a lobbyist whose politics bring her into sharp contrast with said President, Sorkin and Reiner fashion a funny, enjoyable and grown-up romantic comedy, with an ensemble cast rich in quality (Michael J Fox's AJ, for a start). It's wonderful writing, wonderful acting, and wonderful directing. Johnny Depp is excellent in particular as Benny, an introvert who nonetheless finds solace in practicing the physical comedy of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin.
It still holds up, too, and Douglas and Benning make for an unusual yet rewarding central pairing. Joon, played by Mary Stuart Masterson, has a mental illness and a protective brother.
That in itself is the exception rather than the norm in the romcom genre...
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days is actually a really rather good romcom.
It stars Jennifer Westfeldt in the leading role, one who's on the lookout for her dream man. Story Written by Steve Martin, in part as a love letter to the city of Los Angeles, this is an under the radar movie with a fair amount of wit, and both Martin and his then-wife Victoria Tennant are on strong form.He takes the guts of the romantic comedy genre, and plays with chronology, mixes in music, and tells an otherwise fairly straightforward tale in an offbeat and diverting way. We hope that Webb heads back to smaller, more controllable films such as this once his Spidey days are over...The American President , as it's Michael Douglas' President Andrew Marshall who's centre stage (Robert Redford had been linked with the part at one stage). James L Brooks's film also secured a deserved Oscar for Helen Hunt, and if you're looking for a reason why it works, take a look at the sequence where Nicholson's often quite unpleasant character has to come up with a compliment for Hunt's.Plus, there's a great breakthrough role for Renee Zellweger, pre- is the only film that Edward Norton has directed, and he pulls together a cast that includes himself, Ben Stiller and Anne Bancroft. It's a love triangle, with two men falling for the same woman.
The twist here is that one man is a priest, and one man is a rabbi. Norton, however, wrangles the material brilliantly (served by a strong screenplay from Stuart Blumberg).
Bill Murray's Phil Connors's day of purgatory can only, ultimately, be escaped when he can find the way to Andie Mac Dowell's heart (well, there's more to it than that, but that's a crucial part of the jigsaw).