Jennifer Aniston Films by Critical Contrast

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Can you name the movies featuring Jennifer Aniston based on the the two opposing blurbs from the critics?

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‘The perfect high-concept comedic slasher, and it's still Jennifer Aniston's best film to date.’ (New Times)‘Bad sets, bad acting, bad direction, shadows of boom-mikes, inexplicable plot holes, fake-looking gore, death by pogo stick (!?), off-kilter Irish brogues...’ (Austin Chronicle)
‘It is hard to watch other women when Aniston is onscreen. This is an actress with a future in features.’ (Film Journal International)‘Jennifer Aniston, in her first starring role, comes across as whiny, mean and cruel.’ (Cinematter)
‘Turns out to be the best—and truest—film about humans and our animals to arrive onscreen in a dog's age.’ (Denver Post)‘Watching the stars try to out-cutesy the mutt is one for the puke bucket.’ (Rolling Stone)
‘A warm, quirkily observant film, strengthened by some appealing performances and a low-key, easygoing vibe.’ (Washington Post)‘It's Judd Apatow lite, Farrelly brothers special blend. Just call it When Harry Met Sally and Her Ovum.’ (New York Daily News)
‘Let's face it: It's really fun to watch Ben Stiller suffer.’ (Arizona Republic)‘If this is entertainment, the Port Authority should consider selling tickets to the washroom facilities at its New York bus terminal.’ (Newsday)
‘With Carrey in top form and some highly inventive sight gags, it's the proverbial laugh riot.’ (Empire)‘Unless you like boob jokes and Nancy Reagan lectures, this preachy comedy's a snooze.’ (Salon)
‘It offers witty entertainment and an easy, tourist-level jaunt through the more absurd precincts of big-time rock 'n' roll.’ (Cincinnati Enquirer)‘A slick, soulless, desperately predictable trawl through Rock ‘n’ Roll clichés.’ (BBC)
Blurb OneFilmBlurb Two
‘For a funny, charming and genuine look at relationships, you'll be completely into this movie.’ (MD Gazette)‘Every nuance, every jot and tittle, every definition of male and female relationships is said in the first 45 minutes. The movie runs 2:09.’ (Tri-City Herald)
‘Makes a good case for the three-act formula of a skillfully crafted Hollywood romance.’ (Seattle Times)‘An unendurable relationship-romcom, which you should avoid the way you would a glass of punch with a frothy gob of Anthrax floating on the surface.’ (Guardian UK)
‘Hand much of the credit to director Rob Reiner, who consistently hits the right comic notes.’ (Detroit Free Press)‘Seeing [Reiner] work now is like watching Willie Mays hobble around in a Mets uniform during that pathetic final year when he hit .211.’ (New York Post)
‘A very funny romantic comedy that nicely combines Adam Sandler's acerbic sweetness with Aniston's down-to-earth warmth.’ (San Francisco Chronicle)‘An early contender for worst movie of the year. If they were showing this on an airplane, I'd ask for a parachute.’ (Richard Roeper)
‘It's never less than entertaining and the chemistry between our two leads, whatever their personal circumstances, really holds things together.’ (Daily Mirror UK)‘You can't wait for the couple to split so they'll get some relief from one another, and give the audience some relief from them.’ (Wall Street Journal)
‘A sad, superior human comedy played out on the back roads of life.’ (Sacramento Bee)‘A mopey, dull, American Beautyish suburbia-is-hell story.’ (Montreal Film Journal)
‘Strong production values and those appealing lead actors—Aniston and Butler—who click enough on the screen to make it work.’ (Times-Picayune)‘Death, taxes, Gerard Butler. Wish them away all you like: still they befall us.’ (Daily Telegraph)

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