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They're as different as they are beautiful, but Carla (Heather Graham) and Lou (Natasha Gregson Wagner) have more in common than meets the eye. Each thinks she has the world's greatest boyfriend - until both realize they're talking about the same guy! Sparks fly when the two girls discover Blake's deception and team up to confront their lying, two-timing lover.
Two very different but equally smashing young women find themselves sharing the sidewalk outside a Soho apartment. Both blond Carla (Heather Graham, pre-Boogie Nights) and the dark-haired Lou (Natasha Gregson Wagner, daughter of Natalie Wood) are waiting for the same guy, an actor named Blake (Robert Downey Jr.), who--unbeknownst to either--has been sleeping with both of them for the past year. They break into Blake's pad and trade can-you-beat-that? anecdotes of his duplicity while waiting for him to show. Show he eventually does, and the mind games begin.
All three players are terrific, with Wagner enjoying a slight edge over indie veteran Graham because her character is fiercer and she's a new screen presence. But it's Downey who rules, partly because director James Toback wrote the script in direct response to seeing his old pal (Downey had starred in his 1987 movie The Pick-Up Artist) in a jail-house news feed after his first well-publicized arrest on drug charges. Actually, Downey's most amazing scene--a long soliloquy in front of a mirror--was largely improvised; it's a passage of monumental self-deception, self-revelation, and sheer genius. As exasperating as it is compelling, Two Girls and a Guy is one of the most provocative films of the '90s. --Richard T. Jameson
Deeply intimate study of relations and inter-relations of three people who appear at first to be shallow, but new depths are revealed gradually.Published 26 days ago by Stephen Scheinberg
Robert Downey Jr. is too talented; kinda makes it unfair for the rest of us ordinary people. I loved, loved this movie; the reason, Robert Downey Jr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by marsha janulis
The dialogue was so bad and Natasha Gregson Wagner's acting was so bad that it made me wonder why she got all the lines and seemed to be the main character compared to Heather... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicole Barrett
Didn't like a thing about this movie. Bad acting, bad script. I love Robert Downey Jr. ...but even his role in this couldn't make it watchable for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim L.
Very weak movie bordering on the stupid,and acting was weak, do yourself a favor and miss this onePublished 1 month ago by Rodney A. Knowles