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First of all, the supporting cast is hysterical! Jon Lovitz and Rosanna Arquette as a married couple. He plays Barry, a plastic surgeon and she is Kathy, his money hungry wife. Estelle Harris plays Iris, a sweet old lady who works at the paper. Ex Melrose Place alumn Lisa Rinna has a bit part as Veronica Simpson, the wife of newspaper mogul Donald Simpson.
The plot is very simple. We meet Ryan Turner (Sheen) who loses a successful job due to insider trading. He is to much of a risk to go work for one of his competators, so he is out of a job. Turner's girlfriend (Richards) is bored and unhappy at her job. She writes for her own advice column, "Ask Cindy." Without telling her boss, or her best friend, Cindy boards a plane to Brazil and no one except Ryan knows she's gone. In need of a paycheck, he assume's Cindy's identity and takes over her column. Ryan is also falling head over heels with Cindy's editor, Paige. (Harmon) In time, everyone is asking "Where is Cindy?" Finally, thanks to Ryan, he has turned this fading column into a popular paper. Now, Cindy returns and the sparks are about to fly! I was not disappointed at all with this movie. It was funny, sweet, romantic, sexy, and smart. With Charlie Sheen, Angie Harmon, and Denise Richards as your leads, you can't go wrong!!!
I almost did not watch this this movie because of it. But the high star rating made me cave in and I am glad I did.
Want something heartwarming with a meaningful message to it?
Watch this movie. This is not fluff- but you won't get a headache over the plot either.
I don't want to really go into the story line because then it gives a lot away.
Trust me that all stars do a great job here and Tyler Perry showed an acting side I had never seen before and was pleasantly surprised by.
The movie was not overly sugary or sappy- aka: unbelievable to the viewer.
This seemed like a real story that could happen to real people.
It is a 2 hour movie but it moved at a good pace and never dragged.
It would be nice if Perry made more movies of this kind- a movie where he is NOT trying to be funny, but instead comes across as truly real, playing a character with depth.
'Good Advice' serves up the Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman)
line in 'Tootsie'; "I was a better man with you as a woman,
than I ever was with you as a man." with moments in league
with the best screwball comedies of the past.
Charlie Sheen has his finest film moments as Ryan Turner,
dropping his guard for all of us, and winning the girl Page Hensen
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome cast (Charlie Sheen, Angie Harmon, Denise Richards and lots of other famous stars)
Great story !
You can watch it over and over again ! Read more
Estelle Harris is WONDERFUL. Caught this on TV and enjoyed it as a light afternoon movie. Charlie Sheen's voice and looks are so much like his father's - uncanny. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Happy Hiker
Cute, funny movie. A bit silly at times but, what can I say? It was entertaining. I like Angie Harmon from "Rizzoli & Isles".Published 16 months ago by kalakoakat
One of the funniest movies I've watched in a long time, with a nice romance going on as well. I enjoy Charlie Sheen (2 1/5 Men!). And, of course, I love Angie Harmon.Published 16 months ago by BobW
my husbands favorite movie... He watched it again last night..Published 17 months ago by DEBBIE HOOS