Streaming Video - 2008
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Jennifer Aniston (Marley & Me, Office Space) and Steve Zahn (Sunshine Cleaning, Saving Silverman) star in this "rare romantic comedy" (Los Angeles Times) that's bursting with originality, humor and sweetness. It's lust at first sight for laid-back motel night manager Mike (Zahn) when Sue (Aniston), an uptight sales rep, checks in. Convinced that Sue is his dream girl, Mike shakes up his slacker life in an outrageous pursuit across the country. But can he steal her away from her hot-tempered boyfriend (Woody Harrelson, No Country for Old Men)? Both Mike and Sue must go on their own twisted journeys to find out if what they really need is each other.
Publisher: [United States] : RLJ Entertainment, 2008
Branch Call Number: Streaming Hoopla Video
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 93 min.)) : sd., col
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Sep 19, 2018

This comedy/romance/drama is about a successful businesswoman who decides to have a one-night-stand with a loserish hotel manager. To her surprise, he decides to pursue her the next day even though she is clearly out of his league. The movie stars Jennifer Aniston, Woody Harrelson, and Steve Zahn, each actor who had fairly good chemistry with one another during this film. To state the obvious, this movie was none of their best performances but it did have a quality to it that didn’t make it as terrible as it could have been. I would rate this movie 3/5 stars and recommend it to those who like basic romantic comedies.
- @The_Reviewer of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

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Godschild3303 Dec 08, 2011

Slow through-out the movie,but holds your attention with a hint of anticapation

Feb 08, 2010

It is so bad, I fell asleep.

Dec 14, 2009

Fair - Management (2008) 93 min. There’s a star presence with Jennifer Aniston that lifts the average humdrum story to greater heights. Unfortunately, Management takes too long to hit its stride and left me, for the first half of the film, scratching my head wondering why Aniston’s character could fall for the biggest loser to hit the silver screen (played annoyingly perfect by Steve Zahn) – it’s actually uncomfortable to watch at times. The introduction of Woody Harrelson and James Hiroyuki Liao as Al ups the comedic level of the film and the resolution does make a good point.


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