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So svuave the hero is, couldn't prescicely figure out why he loved the sick girl though. These roamces when made true, get to me pretty easily. Couldn't exactly review without bias. Like in most movies, losing one makes one implusive and so we reel onto making promises. Good for now, but later on? When in true love, pehaps it all seems endurable and pleasurable too maybe. I have got my own love germs to help me muster up belief for everything in name of love now!
not so good
dissapointing movie - it sounded interesting but never met my expectations - it seemed thay it was more important to show halfnaked shots od Anne Hathaway than focusing on the fact that she played a young woman with Parkinson.
1) Anne Hathaway- If you like her face and body watch this
2) Her acting
3) Dialogues were ok
1) Direction could have been better
2) Became very boring and lengthy after 30 mins.
|Jake Gyllenhaal||Jamie Reidy|
|Anne Hathaway||Maggie Murdock|
|Oliver Platt||Bruce Jackson|
|Hank Azaria||Dr. Stan Knight|
|Gabriel Macht||Trey Hannigan|
|George Segal||Dr. James Randall|
|Jill Clayburgh||Nancy Randall|
|Kate Jennings Grant||Gina|
|Peter Friedman||California Man|
|Natalie Gold||Dr. Helen Randall|
|Josh Gad||Josh Randall|
|Ian Novick||Pfizer Trainee #3|
|Kate Jennings Grant||Gina|
|James Newton Howard||Original Music Composer|
|Pieter Jan Brugge||Production|
"Accros aux nuits sans lendemain ou dépendants l'un de l'autre? (Addicted to one-night stands or dependent on one another?)"
In 1996, Jamie Randall (Jake Gyllenhaal) is fired from a Midwest town's electronics store for having sex with his manager's girlfriend. His wealthy brother Josh (Josh Gad) announces at the dinner table at their parents' (George Segal and Jill Clayburgh) house that he has found Jamie a job as a pharmaceutical sales representative. After attending a Pfizer training program where he has sex with the instructor (Kate Jennings Grant), Jamie goes to work for the company and tries to get doctors to prescribe Zoloft and Zithromax. He is rebuffed, much to the dismay of his regional manager, Bruce (Oliver Platt), who sees Jamie as his ticket to the "big leagues" of Chicago. Bruce says if Jamie can get Dr. Knight (Hank Azaria) to prescribe Zoloft instead of Prozac, other doctors will follow his lead. Jamie tries to get access to Dr. Knight by hitting on his female employees until, exasperated, Dr. Knight unethically permits him to observe a disrobing patient, Maggie Murdock (Anne Hathaway), who suffers from early onset Parkinson's disease.Jamie angles a date with Maggie, who has sex with him. Jamie is later beaten up by top-selling Prozac rep Trey (Gabriel Macht), one of Maggie's ex-lovers, who warns him to stay away from her and the doctors. That night, Jamie is unable to get an erection. Maggie teasingly says he should use the new erectile dysfunction drug that his company has developed. Bruce confirms that such a drug, to be called Viagra, is about to be marketed. Jamie soon starts selling Viagra, an instant success. Jamie wants a committed relationship, but Maggie refuses. Jamie confronts her while she helps senior citizens onto a bus bound for Canada to get cheap prescription drugs, and they get into an argument.Two days later, after he waits the night before at the bus stop in his car, he greets her back. Maggie is touched that he waited, and they resume their relationship. Jamie spends nights at Maggie's apartment. One night, he tells Maggie that he loves her—the first time he has ever said that to anyone—and has a panic attack. Maggie calms him by saying she "said 'I love you' to a cat once". Jamie catches his brother masturbating to a sex tape that he and Maggie had filmed. Jamie asks her to go to a Chicago medical conference with him. She ends up at a Parkinson's discussion group across the street, and is moved by the people and their stories. Jamie meets a man whose wife is in the final stages of the disease, and asks for advice about Maggie. The man tells him to run.After the convention, Maggie tells him how much she loves him. Jamie starts researching Parkinson's, and takes Maggie to different specialists around the country to have tests done. Jamie becomes angry and upset when he arrives at an appointment, to find out it has been rescheduled after they had flown in to see the doctor. Maggie sees that Jamie can only love her if there's a hope that one day there will be a cure, and decides to break up with him.Some time later, Jamie goes to a restaurant and runs into Maggie, who is on a date. Bruce shows up and reveals Jamie has been promoted to the Chicago office. While packing to move to Chicago, Jamie finds the videotape recorder where he taped himself and Maggie talking about life. Jamie realizes he wants to be with Maggie, but her boss tells him she has left for Canada to obtain drugs. Jamie flags down her bus and tells her that she makes him a better person, and that he loves and needs her. She starts to cry and says she will need him more. Jamie decides not to take the job in Chicago, but instead he attends medical school and stays with Maggie.
Theatrical : 2010-11-24 : United States of America
DVD : 2011-03-01