A Guy Thing
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A Guy Thing

28 July 2011 11:52 AM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

A Guy Thing is one of those harmless comedies characteristic of a bygone era of feel good films that came along about 10 years too late for its own good. It’s not that it isn’t funny or that it’s poorly acted, but rather its style of humor is a bit too innocent and overt for most audiences these days. The story, what there is of one, is a weak premise serving as nothing more than a skeleton for a chain of gags to hang from, leaving Julia Stiles and Jason Lee to carry the brunt of the weight from start to finish. Sadly, A Guy Thing desperately needs the duo as without it the film would have almost nothing go in its favor, making it ultimately another footnote in the legacy of mediocre comedies.



- Lex Walker

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