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Gigli (2003)

Crime | 121 minutes
1,65 361 votes

Genre: Crime / Comedy

Duration: 121 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Martin Brest

Stars: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez and Al Pacino

IMDb score: 2,6 (50.708)

Releasedate: 1 August 2003

Gigli plot

"Life doesn't play by the rules."

Gigli is tasked with kidnapping and taking hostage the mentally retarded brother of a prosecutor. The beautiful assassin Ricki is assigned to keep an eye on Gigli.

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otherfool

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Definitely bad. Failed death vehicle limps on different thoughts and is therefore never really fun, never really exciting, never really romantic. A flop indeed.

1.5*.

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Vinokourov

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Well, Dzjillie isn't a very good film. Only the mentally handicapped Brian was still somewhat okay, but he could also have made/played his part better. Strange that Al Pacino suddenly makes an appearance, by the way.

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Sergio Leone

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lousy.

Not that there is anything about this film that made me hope for a successful comedy, but still. Every movie deserves a chance, even Gigli. That's what I thought last night around 8pm.

Around 10 pm I still thought that, but a bit more difficult. In those two hours I saw an incredible amount of bullshit, the occasional faint comic or sexy moment and a lot of lack of soul and experience.

With Ben Affleck in the lead role, that is not so difficult now. The best man tries to appear tough and charismatic, but he just doesn't have the head for it. He is an empty shell, also in terms of acting. In combination with Jennifer Lopez, he doesn't bake much either, although she is still very good.

Christopher Walken and Al Pacino still appear in short roles, but that's about it.

One expects something from a director like Martin Brest. Unfortunately goat cheese he cannot live up to expectations. A few moments of nap have ensured that I have forgotten most of the film not even twenty-four hours after watching it. With that handicapped guy, Brest tries to impart some sentiment, but that also fails painfully.

The only positive is that I have one less bad movie to go and that I can cross one off Pacino's and Walken's list.

1,5

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