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All the Good Ones Are Married (2007)

Ben Gold gets the break of his life as aspiring author, but must stay home with his kids, Luke and Madison, to make his 5 months deadline. His feminist wife, workaholic fashion executive ... See full summary »

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Ben
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Luke Gold
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Glen Garrity
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Ben Gold gets the break of his life as aspiring author, but must stay home with his kids, Luke and Madison, to make his 5 months deadline. His feminist wife, workaholic fashion executive Alex, selfishly decides to take in promising rebel designer Zoe Miller, who left her boyfriend Trey. The 20s something woman soon wins the family's hearts. Written by KGF Vissers

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29 September 2007 (USA)  »

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L'amie de mon mari  »

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Joanna Douglas: A++ .... James McGown: A .... Darryl Hannah: D
9 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An unbelievable performance by Joanna Douglas! I'm blown away that this was her first flick. This is a superstar in the making. She was poised, charismatic, and stole every scene. There was not a single moment in the movie where she did not play her part without wrapping us into it. This young girl is going places *big.*

James McGowan was likewise a natural. He never once broke character, and had a compelling reason for every line and every inflection.

After seeing this, I would easily follow Douglas or McGowan in choosing other flicks to watch.

On the other hand, I was so disappointed to see what's happened with Darryl Hannah! It's hard to believe this is the same girl whom we all fell in love with in Splash. From the very first scene in which she looked kind of drugged and her hair was falling in her face, I knew she'd have trouble in this role. I can't understand why the director didn't seem to care that she consistently had tired, baggy eyes, and seemed to be squinting throughout the entire picture. Unfortunately, I never really believed any of her role, especially the scenes where she was receiving male attention. This was definitely a quite different Darryl Hannah from the earlier years.

Casting delivered two big hits and a miss on this one.


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