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      Some Girl(s)

      Released Jun 28, 2013 1 hr. 30 min. Comedy Drama List
      53% 30 Reviews Tomatometer 15% 500+ Ratings Audience Score A successful writer travels across the country on the eve of his wedding to make amends with ex-lovers. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Aug 09 Buy Now

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      E H Perhaps the worst movie I have ever watched and I'm actually angry that I wasted an hour and a half on this wretched movie, hoping it might get better. If the goal was for us to hate, and I mean HATE, the lead character, then it was successful. The lead character is a self-absorbed lying CREEP. From being a cheater to a child molester, he successfully displays every characterisitc of a raging narcissist and gaslighter - there is not one redeemable quality about him. The only way this movie could have been better was if he was stabbed and bled out alone in the hotel room. Besides that, it moves along slowly and is rather unbelievable - no woman in her right mind would meet up with a guy she hasn't seen in 15 years in his hotel room. It's a shame money was spent to make this movie and I feel bad for anyone who wasted their cash on seeing this in a theater. Garbage. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 07/19/23 Full Review Audience Member Adam Brody has some girl (s) he needs to sort some stuff out with Directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer and scripted by Neil Labute with a supporting cast of Jennifer Morrison, Mia Maestro, Zoe Kazan, Emily Watson, and Kirsten Bell A successful writer simply called The Man is about to be married The one thing he wants to do though is to make amends with all of his previous love interests The conversations are deep and honest but also eye-opening and brutal The Man has a lot to make up for even for stuff he forgot about, all of these women are stacked against him maybe even rightfully so Sometimes saying sorry isn't enough, it's rarely ever a woman or man's fault entirely for relationships ending, how do men and women make relationships actually work? A movie adapted from a play that keeps things real as well as raw getting closure or any semblance of peace Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 06/29/23 Full Review Audience Member The life literature professor/author; the hubris fool, comes back to haunt his ex girlfriends before his pending marriage. 'He wants to clean the air and be fresh.' The first is his high school sweetheart; Seattle area, who he dumped before prom. Then his fling in Chicago who would still sleep with him. He goes to Boston to see the older married woman he had an affair with that got caught and her husband forgave her. No kidding she was pissed. Then his best friend's sister who was not a teenager yet when he kissed her that messed her up as she said she was no longer a Barbie playing little girl as things woke up in her. The last is his college girl who it looks like he would blow off the wedding if she went back to him. All the while he tape records everything for his new book. As he sits on the plane to go back to NYC he flirts with the stewardess and looks like he is going to go for her. It ends. As anybody could see this idiot is not ready for marriage or any commitment with woman ever. Why did any of the females in this movie take the role?? They are all good actresses that deserved better than this, what ever? Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member Adam J Brody is sensitive, sincere, and compassionate. Coming from a lady who has survived continents Asia and Africa and yes American military zones, I wish for Adam J Brody wonderful happiness. Bless your talent and abilities forever. The whole cast presents the law persecute the perp no matter when threatening offensiveness sounds benign. Atrocity left without healing cause mass disease, virus breakouts, pandemic, epidemic, and even too much death. Thank you. <3 :) ~ Alicia Lynne. (Pro.: aleeceea lena) Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/09/23 Full Review Audience Member While not a bad movie, it is not exactly enthralling and I hated Adam Brody's sleazy character. Some of the female cast were worth watching. Actually all of them except Mia Maestro - I didn't really like her character either, probably the only of these women who "deserved" that guy. Emily Watson was a standout. She really drew me in and made me interested in the story and I love Zoe Kazan generally. Jennifer Morrison and Kristen Bell are good actresses, but a little understated here. I am really having a hard time deciding what I think of this movie. It definitely doesn't quite work with the five little stories linking up, but worse than that is character is just repellent. I guess it's unfair to pan the movie based on that when obviously it achieved what it meant to do. I really don't think you are meant to like him, and I think you are meant to pity his women. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review farah r A feeble attempt at a rom-com or romantic drama that fails miserably. Rather than enrich this interesting story with a proper cast and aim for a speck of success, Some Girl(s) is poorly written with long dialogue sequences that get boring as Adam Brody moves from one girlfriend to another. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Kerensa Cadenas Bitch Media Unlike Rob in the similar film High Fidelity, we are not left with any growth or self-awareness for Man, the emotional core of the film lays with the female characters who are named (unlike Man) and give complex, layered performances. Jan 14, 2021 Full Review Courtney Duckworth Film Comment Magazine The weight of dull clichs only makes the stilted dialogue harder to stomach. Nov 4, 2013 Full Review Sara Stewart New York Post Attains the occasional moment of clarity, but ultimately has neither the dramatic heft nor the anchoring talent to justify an hour and a half in the company of a boring sociopath. Rated: 2/4 Jun 28, 2013 Full Review Nicholas Bell IONCINEMA.com Some Girl(s) makes good on the implications of its tagline, "It's not you, it's him." Aug 22, 2019 Full Review Jared Mobarak The Film Stage This acerbic wit and fearless desire to distort our worst features into our most prevalent ones are why Neil LaBute is an auteur of note. Rated: B Aug 11, 2016 Full Review Sean Burns Metro More canned misanthropy from Neil LaBute. Cut-rate Carnal Knowledge. May 5, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis A successful writer travels across the country on the eve of his wedding to make amends with ex-lovers.
      Director
      Daisy von Scherler Mayer
      Executive Producer
      Nick Horbaczewski
      Screenwriter
      Neil LaBute
      Production Co
      Pollution Studios
      Genre
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jun 28, 2013, Original
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 10, 2013
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