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A Guy Thing [Blu-ray]

3.4 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Jason Lee, Julia Stiles and Selma Blair star in this hysterically funny romance bursting with "surprising comedy, likable characters, memorable gags and running jokes that are funny every time" (Knight Ridder)! Paul is engaged to Karen (Blair) when he meets the perfect girl, Becky (Stiles) at his bachelor party. And to make matters worse, he's just discovered that the two are cousins! Soin a situation like this, what's the guy thing to do? Tell white lies and cover things up. But asthe wedding date fast approaches, Paul finds himself falling for Becky and is faced with an impossible decision: do the right thing or lose the real thing forever!

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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby TrueHD), French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: July 5, 2011
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004XFZ49K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,750 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 31, 2003
Format: DVD
Sometimes I get stuck into watching this type of movie because my daughter rents these things and forces me to watch them. She loved this movie and thought it was funny, stupid, but funny. I had to give you the teen daughter perspective before I gave you mine.
I admit this movie is silly, unnecessary, and throwaway. I still laughed in a lot of places. I also groaned in a few places too. Example: When Paul Coleman (Jason Lee) found Becky's (Julia Stiles) panties when his fiance was on the way over, he searched all over the apartment for a place to hide them, ultimately hiding them in the toilet. You knew what was going to happen, and what did happen. Also, there was a running joke about pictures of Becky and Paul, which we never got to see, being found by a minister's son, who also happened to live in the same apartment building. The son kept finding the pictures and the minister kept bringing them back. *sigh*.
The tale is a bit hackneyed as well. Girl and guy are prepared to be married, seemingly the perfect couple. Guy meets another girl, girl meets another guy, everyone wonders what's wrong with this picture; guess how it all turns out? SURPRISE!!! NOT!!!
In spite of a re-tread plot, and in spite of the groans, there were places that this movie was creative and humorous; not many, but enough that I felt that watching the movie wasn't a complete waste of time. I felt a bit guilty watching this movie because I knew the premise had been done (and done, and done), and many of the jokes were weak, and yet, I like the movie. I think that one thing that really saved this movie was Julia Stiles. She really is not centrally involved in all the happenings, occasionally appearing aloof, and she manages to escape this movie leaving everyone watching with a positive impression.
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Format: DVD
Surprisingly fun romantic comedy. Not a lot of "fall out of your chair" comedy here, but it's consistent and fun. The soundtrack is awesome, rather than go to big names for music, they use "bar band" music to create the moods for the movie, it surprisingly works well, and adds to the goofy awkward feeling of the movie. Terrific likable characters that you can relate to, I'm always saying to myself, "That reminds me of this guy I know", or "Yea, that would suck if it happened to me".

Bottom Line:

I can't help it, I like this movie. Maybe it's a "Guy Thing".
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Warmed-over "nothing". Obviously the screenwriter and director have seen "Four Weddings and a Funeral", as well as a bunch of other gen-x comedies of the last decade. The type of movie where the hero is constantly placed in "embarrassing" situations, and all the humor is derived from his discomfort. Several good actors are utterly wasted here -- why would lovely talented Julia Stiles have ever considered this part? She won't suffer any long term harm, but it hardly counts as a career move. Jason Lee gets less interesting with every movie he makes, and Selma Blair has done this identical part --- the prim yuppie girl who gets dumped for the blond heroine -- more than a few times, especially in "Legally Blonde."
There isn't a legitimate laugh in this entire boring movie, and Stiles and Lee have literally NO chemistry together...when they kiss at the end, it's like watching two cousins buss each other at a family picnic. Unsexy, unromantic, unfunny. DO NOT BOTHER to watch or rent this...you have better things to do.
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If you are a fan of clean cut movies, like I am, then this movie won't be for you. I haven't finished this movie. It isn't because it's a bad movie per sey, it just has some 'humor' that I don't find funny, at all. It isn't totally tasteless but it does have some tasteless scenes in it.I will watch the end of it to find out what happens, but this is one movie I definitely won't watch again.
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The film is far from perfect, but kind of enjoyable on a purely shallow level. It's a fun experience seeing two popular actresses interact, while the humor is actually funny -- a rarity in comedies these days. A Guy Thing is more sarcasm than anything else, but while remaining predictable, manages to pack in a few decent moments along the way.

It's only a week until the wedding, and life around mild-mannered Paul (Jason Lee) is hectic. His future in-laws are wealthy and snobbish. His own parents are humiliating and funny. His fiance Karen (Selma Blair) is just about too good to be true. And then something happens that sends his world spinning out of orbit. He wakes up one morning with a Tiki dancer in his bed. One too many drinks at his bachelor party has brought Becky (Julia Stiles) into his life. Believing he has cheated on Karen with her, he desperately attempts to conceal this major blunder from the curiosity of family and friends, hoping he'll never run into the fun loving blonde again. But she just keeps appearing in his life ... taking tickets at a local parking lot, stocking shelves at the nearby store ...

And then comes the major whammy, the discovery that she is Karen's cousin. Believing this won't completely get out of hand, Paul is certain he can handle it -- and then come the photographs. They're in the hands of Becky's psychotic ex-boyfriend, who is happiest when beating "not-so-innocent" bystanders into a pulp. Becky is like no one he has ever met, willing to face life with high expectations and squeeze every last drop of excitement out of it. She's everything that Karen isn't, a fact that slowly begins to seep into him as the wedding days draw ever-nearer.
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