Following "Derailed," this comic turd makes it two strikes for Jennifer Aniston. She looks great, but her acting is board-stiff. show more
Aniston gets marooned here: Her comic instincts are muted by all the identity angst, yet there isn't sufficient dramatic material into which she can sink her teeth. Costner strolls through this role with disarming ease. show more
This is not a great movie, but it's very watchable and has some good laughs. The casting of Aniston is crucial, because she's the heroine of this story, and the way it's put together there's danger of her becoming the shuttlecock. Aniston has the presence to pull it off. show more
Watch out for this one. The reviews omit the fact that the movie shows us how a woman has sex with someone who could be her biological father. EWE! What's worse? When they both realize it, they continue to flirt romantically. It's just plain SO disgusting.