That movie where the woman's husband (boyfriend?) dies and he leaves her all these letters and instructions around and she goes to Ireland, yuck!
That was terrible, I agree. And I love how all her friends at one point dumped on her and told her how selfish she was being, when her husband has just died. I hate when characters are made to behave in exaggeratedly stupid ways to heighten the conflict. I'd have told all of them to shove off.
I detested that movie with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson. And every Nora Ephron movie, ever. I hate movies that have no discernable script; they're just relying on the antics of the lead actors. And every movie with a scene where the lead actress has a naughty girl chat with all her annoying friends, one of whom is always Rita Wilson. And First Wives Club, another movie where there was no script, and no one seemed to notice.
^ Yeah I hear the woman who wrote the short story that Brokeback Mountain was based on was pretty pissed about that Oscar.
She called it "Trash--excuse me, I mean Crash" in an interview.
A curious perspective from someone representing a movie that would have been completely unremarkable and ignored were it not for the genders of the characters and the goodwill that this fact garnered in the entertainment community.
Personally, I really liked Crash.
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