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Gigli 2003 R CC

When small time street thug Larry Gigli meets a tough and gorgeous enforcer named Ricki, the sparksfly in this outrageous battle of the sexes.

Starring:
Ben Affleck, Terry Camilleri
Runtime:
2 hours, 1 minute

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Martin Brest
Starring Ben Affleck, Terry Camilleri
Supporting actors David Backus, Lenny Venito, Robert Silver, Luis Alberto Martínez, Justin Bartha, Jennifer Lopez, Christopher Walken, Todd Giebenhain, Brian Sites, Brian Casey, Les Bradford, David Bonfadini, Dwight Ketchum, Lainie Kazan, Missy Crider, Peter Van Norden, Alexandra Fatovich, Al Pacino
Studio Columbia/Revolution
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 4, 2003
It would be difficult to find a movie more loathsomely, hilariously bad than "Gigli." Despite the tabloid buzz about its two photogenic yet stiff stars, interest in Gigli was generally restricted to the repulsed excitement of watching a train zooming toward a stalled car.
Gigli (Ben Affleck) is a minor-league thug without much in the way of brains or talent. He's ordered to kidnap and imprison the mentally-challenged brother of a federal prosecutor, and he does so. After he's stashed Brian (Justin Bartha), in his apartment, Gigli gets a shock: His boss has sent Ricki, a hitwoman (Jennifer Lopez) to keep an eye on him.
Lacking a brain, Gigli immediately begins pursuing Ricky, only to be semi-rebuffed by the announcement that she's a lesbian. Of course, he doesn't give up, and eventually despite her disgust for the male anatomy, Ricki starts to reciprocate his attraction. But things go haywire again when Gigli's boss decides to play nasty.
Given the number of plot holes, "Gigli" should not be compared to Swiss cheese -- it should be compared with a fishing net in the advanced stages of decay. Through most of the film, it seems like the director just started direction, then walked off the set and said, "Seeya! I'm sure you know what to do next."
"Gigli" doesn't know whether it wants to be a crime movie, a drama, a romance, or a black comedy. So it tries to be everything, and accomplishes nothing. Needless gore, stupid plot twists (Gigli sawing off a corpse's thumb with a plastic utensil?), and completely unfunny material (the lesbian lover slashing her wrists) deprive this of all humor. But it might have struggled its way to mediocrity, if it weren't for the ghastly dialogue. (And that horrific shot of Mrs.
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... and be glad as heck you didn't fork over a bunch of cash to see it while it (briefly) played in theaters.
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Holy...!!! I thought these discs were all shot into the sun during the last NASA mission. I am an atheist, but even I will say "For the Love of God, don't buy this movie."
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This is every bit as bad as you have heard and WORSE if you can imagine that! I found it totally unwatchable and after the 'Gobble, gobble it's turkey time" line I had to turn it off because I was going to barf! I must vote that line as "least sexy line of all time" Whoever allowed that line in the movie needs to have their head examined. There is NO chemestry between Ben and Jen, I don't even know how these two ever hooked up! You really want to smack the both of them. There is no way these two are convincing as 'thugs' especially when you know they are both annoying, spoiled stars with tons of $ who have both let fame go to their heads. The screen is not big enough for their combined egos. The acting is horrible, the script is horrible, the dialogue is pathetic and I never saw the ending but with this much bad going on, I really don't care. I am not going to waste over an hour of my life on such a horiffic movie! Seriously people, does Hollywood really think people are dumb enough to buy something this lame? This movie surpassed bad, surpassed 'so bad it's good' and came back around to bad and formed a whole new catagory, "So bad it needs to be reported to the Movie Safety Commission before someone goes blind" Seriously folks...IT'S REALLY BAD!
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Outside of being part of the Kevin Smith alumni, Ben Affleck has never been a funny guy. He's a good film-writer and had a couple of good dramatic roles, but he's not meant to be witty. Matter of fact, after watching "Surviving Christmas", his vain attempt at comedy infuriates me. Mainly, it has to do with his cocky attitude, the way he yells at people out of disgareement and such, not to mention how often he smug. His abrasive and controlling temperament has never been charming feature of his, and he following this same path in "Gigli".

Affleck plays the titular character, a button who was tasked by his loud superior to kidnap someone to keep a federal official quiet. The person he was ordered to sustain was a mentally-challenged man named Brian with Tourette Syndrome (very sensitive subject to follow, especially for a comedy). What Gigli didn't expect next was a house call from Jennifer Lopez, who plays Ricki the hitman; he tried to make a move on her, but she told him she's a lesbian (not this scenario again). Now both Gigli and Ricki has to work out their egotistical differences while they're waiting for orders as to what to do with Brian.

The former movie couple were not believable in their roles. It's hard to believe Ben Affleck as a street thug; he's a guy that yells and punches people, but he's no hitman. And Jennifer Lopez fails to portray herself as a lesbian contractor; she didn't act intimidating enough to view her as a criminal, and her spot-spoken tone didn't help her one bit.
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