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Management [Blu-ray]


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26 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Lovely little film. Sept. 9 2009
By Harkanwar Anand - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This film was absolutely beautiful. It has that shy pre-emptiveness we expect from films which deal with tender topics such as love and approaching a girl. We all know that the chances of watching a Jennifer Aniston film and being completely bowled over are slim but this film does do that. I thought she was very good in the film and man, did the film have it's funny moments. Before watching this film, I saw Sunshine Cleaning and I quite liked the film. The one thing that is common between this film and Sunshine is Steve Zahn. Management, however, is the film that I liked more and I thought it had it's heart in the right place. At just 1 hour 20 minutes, this film never promises to conquer the world but it makes you go into guffaws.

This film has no flaws and unlike films like "You, Me and Dupree" this film never tries too hard to be cute. It's amazing how such films can be churned out even in 2009. I wish I had waited and seen this at the movies but that was not meant to be. I sneaked an advanced screening copy from some place and I'm sorry for that. There is wonderful chemistry between Zahn and Aniston. Girls, you will love this. Guys, you will not hate your girls for this. Genuine, free spirited and unabashed.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An unexpected pleasure Nov. 8 2009
By Big Momma - Published on Amazon.com
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This movie really brought tears to my eyes. I thought it was going to be a comedy. Instead, it was a romance with very honest characters and an unusually realistic feel to it. I think this is the best role I've ever seen Jennifer Aniston play. Steve Zahn is someone I've liked but never saw him as a leading man.
The words 'leading man' hardly describe him in this movie. He is one of the two main characters (Aniston is the other) and he draws the viewer into his world. At first, you wonder if you really want to be in that world. Then, by the end of the movie, you feel like he could be your best friend.
I can't help but think of another movie, 'Being John Malkovich', that tries to bring the viewer into a world. Sure, that world is topsy-turvy but the point is: that movie doesn't succeed in doing that half as much as this movie does. And that movie was critically acclaimed. This movie has not gathered much notice but I predict it will gain a reputation and stay around for a long time. I've already thrown out my copy of 'Being John Malkovich'.
It takes 20 or 30 minutes to establish some things and it does this at a very slow pace. Stay with the movie - it picks up quickly and you love the characters, you just can't help it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
little gem Dec 2 2012
By booknut - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is one of Jennifer annistons lesser known roles. She and Steve Zahn are a most unlikely romantic couple. This movie is a little gem in the morass of overhyped stuff that hits the markets these days. It's gentle, humorous and has unexpected moments.I guess it would be a chick flick since there are no car chases, but my husband has watched it three times.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Airless and not the slightest bit funny May 11 2012
By Brad Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Is this a romantic comedy? If so, they forgot the romance and the comedy. Aniston is dried up here, but I guess that was her character. Steve Zhan is the most likeable character, but that's not saying much. Woody Harrelson si simply a cartoon as a retired punk musician turned yogurt mogul. Someone must have thought this vehicle would fly, but it doesn't. It takes a weird turn halfway in, when Zhan starts jumping out of airplanes and turning into a Bhuddist monk. Check this one off on your list of Jennifer Aniston date movie flops.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2 hours of my life I'll never get back Jan. 3 2010
By Dawn Leader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I watched the entire movie hoping that it would suddenly become good. That never really happened. While Steve Zahn's character grew into something sort of charming, and I did enjoy Woody Harrelson's brief appearance, the script just didn't seem fully developed. Jennifer Aniston's character was not likeable for me, and I think it could be the worst role of her career. She was mediocre, and the script didn't allow us to know her character enough to care about her. When I should have been hoping for Zahn and Aniston's characters to end up together - I found myself hoping that he would meet someone nice and forget about her. There were charming moments - none of them involving Aniston's character, but not enough to make me recommend this movie to anyone.

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