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Entertainment Weekly - Lisa Schwarzbaum (12/12/2003)
New York Times - A. O. Scott (12/12/2003)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (12/12/2003)
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USA Today - Mike Clark (12/12/2003)
Sight and Sound - Mark Olsen (03/01/2004)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (12/12/2003)
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- ruberos1Oct 31, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Funny story and very good acting.
It is a modern good story well writing. Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson acting were very good and very funny.
- princesszarasma...Oct 24, 2015NEWby
1 of the BEST movies ever!!!
The actors are the best!!! The characters are so interesting. You laugh, you may cry, you think, you smile. It is an amazing film!!!
- madlindNov 9, 2014by
Awesome romantic comedy with genuine heartfelt experiences.
I love Jack Nicholson and this movie just reinforces that view. A very funny adult comedy about a playboy, Harry Sanborn played by Jack Nicholson and the mother of one of his under 30 expoits, Erica Berry played by Diane Keaton. Unsuspectingly meeting at Eric Berry's, beach house, Harry, while fooling around with Marin, Erica's daughter, has a heart attack and Erica provides CPR trained mouth-to-mouth resusitation to a flinching but helpless to resist Harry. Post trauma, Erica finds herself burdened with caring for Harry, he has sent the nurse packing, and Harry and Erica get to know one another. Old habits are hard to overcome and Harry hesistates about his feelings for Erica, crushing Erica and simultaneously providing enriching playwright foder. The plot thickens when Erica, who is a very well known New York playwright, meets Harry's cardiologist, Keanu Reeves, and Keanu Reeves starts pursuing Erica. If you like "Is this as good as it gets?" also with Jack Nicholson, you will love this.Read full review
- corey.2003May 30, 2007by
This movie is ok Diane keaton performance was not her best. Jack Nicholson always does a superb job in what ever movie he is in. If your in the mood for corney movie this is the one.
- tigerbaby007112May 1, 2013by
Something's Gotta Give
Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton are charming in this humorous love story about two intelligent, if not totally romantically centered, members of the middle-age set (toward the older end of the range).
Diana Keaton has never been better. This was finally her perfect role. Jack Nicholson was cast in a part that could have been written especially for him. Erica Barry (Keaton) a successful middle-aged playwright who has emotionally and sexually closed herself off after divorcing her husband of 22 years (Paul Michael Glaser, still looking pretty good himself), meets the older man in her young daughter Marin's (Amanda Peet) life. This meeting marked by sudden, unexpected attack of the heart exposes her to successful entrepreneur and playboy Harry Sanborn (Nicholson). Sanborn has 'played at life' all of his 63 years before finally starting to get down to 'living his life' after facing the reality that he might have come close to the end of his life. Proving it never rains but it pours, Barry unexpectedly simultaneously claims the attention of Sanborn's young doctor (Keanu Reeves), some 20 years her junior, who finds her beauty and intelligence magnetically attractive.
During a real rain storm, the genuine romance of the film begins to bloom. The charm of the movie is in looking on as two emotionally-challenged characters experience love, perhaps for the very first time, with all its pitfalls, peaks, comical and embarrassing moments, and the magic, tender, endearing episodes that make true love the roller coaster it always is.
Keaton beautifully handles the over-the-top emotions of falling in love, portraying the highs and the lows, with equal brilliance. Nicholson, who as always portrays every mental spark that is a thought and every feeling that is an emotion on that amazing face; always a portrait in motion that can be as easily read as words on a page.
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