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The Object of My Affection (1998)
Not perfect, but good enough...
I know this doesn't exactly sound like a rave review, my emotions regarding this film are kinda complex. The film certainly has its flaws, and while it hasn't aged as well as one might hope, the emotion behind the film is so genuine. It may be my own experiences, but I feel that this film has something to offer more than the obvious female and gay male audience. Jennifer Aniston is very likable as Nina, which is saying quite a bit for me because I tend to not go nuts over her. There are traces of her standard Rachel character, but she proves herself much more capable in this role. Paul Rudd does a great job as George, basing his character more on genuine human emotion than gay stereotypes. The emotional dynamic between these two is the central focus of the film and is written extremely well. All in all, this film definitely has its flaws, but its genuine emotional core make it worth checking out.