Not long after we posted about the cringe-inducing concept of releasing a movie for women called Valentine's Day on Valentine's day, a tipster sent the entire script to us via email.
"How can you trash a movie you haven't even seen?" someone asked. I explained that I was insulted by the premise, and the trailer.
Another review of HJNTIY has just been published, and it's not good. The flick "struggles for more than two hours with multiple characters and tangled story lines," writes Hollywood Reporter's Kirk Honeycutt. And:
A thousand clichés bloomed last night at the Los Angeles premiere of He's Just Not That Into You at Hollywood's Grauman's Chinese Theatre. The good news? Drew, Ginnifer, Jen and more brought it.
"It makes men look like toads… Rolls out like an instructional soap opera… [Ginnifer Goodwin's character] might as well have 'desperately needy' tattooed to her forehead…"
In a trailer for He's Just Not That Into You, the camera cuts to two black women. One says: "Girl, you better get yourself some ribs and some ice cream because you've been dumped!"
This was the year, we're told, that Hollywood started making movies for women... as long as they were totally inane. And next year, as Self-Help Cinema launches, they'll be even more vapid!
Jessica Simpson is self-help book enthusiast. "I am the first person to go to Barnes & Noble and buy the new self-help book," she says. You're shocked, we're sure, that J. Simp perpetuates the concept of self-help reader as sad sack single girl desperate for a man/learning the meaning of life through shoe purchasing.…
Amy Winehouse's fainting spell from a couple of days ago could be linked to her overdose last summer. Drug withdrawals lasting almost a year? Remember kids: Crack is a fucking serious drug! • Ginnifer Goodwin says the claims that co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Connelly are feuding on the set of He's Just Not…
As much as we hate to say it, we're sort of into this trailer for He's Just Not That Into You. Ginnifer Goodwin is cute as a button, and the rest of the cast — Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Connelly, Justin Long, and Scarlett Johansson — appear to be giving strong comedic performances, i.e.…