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Following the success of his spunky, 1995 directorial debut,The Brothers McMullen, Edward Burns suffers a little sophomore slump with this comedy about a pair of rivalrous brothers who get into bizarre relationships with women in a fierce but immature pursuit of happiness. When they find they both have a complicated interest in the same woman (Cameron Diaz), things come to a head. The film is a little overwritten, undershot, bulky, slow, and static, but it is also funny and inventive--further proof that Burns knows his New York City beat as well as Woody Allen does. With Jennifer Aniston, Maxine Bahns, and John Mahoney.--Tom Keogh
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CastJennifer Aniston, Edward Burns, John Mahoney, Mike McGlone, Maxine Bahns
DirectorEdward Burns
Screen WriterEdward Burns
DVD Release Date:  October 3, 2000
Runtime:  96 minutes
Studio:  20th Century Fox
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I am not sure why Jennifer Annistan got top billing over her much better female conterparts (Cameron Diaz and Maxine Bahns). This was a very different movie about two brothers and their father who they like to go fishing with. One brother (Francis) seems to have it all (a successful Wall Street career with Jennifer Anniston as a wife) while the other brother (Mickey)lives in a dump of an apartment with no tv (his ex-girlfriend Cameron Diaz didn't give it back to him when she ended their relationship …
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