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Plot: Hunky NY lawyer Jeff Daly finally got engaged to fickle Sarah Huttinger, who presents him to her Pasadena family, who all soon take to him, for her sister's wedding to Scott. But Jeff's clever counting makes Sarah realize her dad Earl isn't her biological father. Once movie clues from family… Runtime: 97 min Release Date: 25 Dec 2005
So cute! I loved it! Everything was funny! If you like romantic comedies, you'll love this! Jennifer Aniston is an amazing actress. Shirley Maclaine and Mark Ruffalo were hilarious. I did not really care for Kevin Costner's acting but his chemistry was great with Shirley Maclaine. I did not stop laughing throughout the entire movie. My dad is a huge fan of The Graduate and he saw this movie twice because he thought it was so good! I love the references to The Graduate throughout the movie. The testicular trauma joke was funny. Even though the scene where Jennifer Aniston's <more>
character sleeps with Kevin Costner's character was creepy, it didn't really take away from the movie. You should definitely see it!
Rumor has it that this is a nice movie (by gem4558)
Well I went to see this movie with the expectation that it was going to be a disaster. Some of the critics have been not too kind. But as I had a cheap Tuesday ticket I decided to give it a go. I actually found the movie a refreshing piece of escape-ism. I do like to see a happy ending. I liked the humor, Shirley was great, Mena Suvari's dippy blond "remember to breathe" was a bit predictable but well executed. I liked the Mike Vogel Brad Pitt look-a-like /Blake Burroughs trying to chat up "do you want to have sex" , Jennifer/Sarah Huttinger. Could this be a subtle <more>
dig at Brad and his ability to woo the girls?? For those who like Kevin Costner they will find him looking great for his age 50 and surprising that he is Playing a virtual 'Eunuch' courtesy of the several times repeated 'Blunt Testicular Trauma', and the subtle twist at the end on how this occurred. Anyhow , go see the movie, or get it on DVD , you should have a chuckle or two. And Jennifer is not that hard on the eyes either.
Rumor has it was a great movie!I really enjoyed it. I went to see it opening day and i absolutely loved it. Jennifer Aniston was fantastic as was the supporting cast. I found this to be a hilarious, fun, and great movie that i would suggest to everyone! The acting was very good as was writing and directing! I went in there with low hopes not expecting to see a good movie but i was pleasantly surprised!The supporting cast was just fantastic! I thought there was great chemistry in this movie!If you like romantic comedies then you need to go see this. The movie was all in all a good movie and i <more>
Funny and fabulous; yet emotional and heartbreaking (by mandms-1)
Don't listen to the critics. What is wrong with movies being fun and entertaining?? people are getting too serious about the films they see. I myself love both drama and comedy; so this one was perfect, because it was both combined.Jennifer Aniston was not miscast, because this is exactly the kind of movie Jennifer is famous for. I am always a little reluctant at first to see her films, because I think I am always going to see Rachel Greeene from "Friends 1994-2004 on the screen. But I loved this one, it was new and fresh; a different kind of romantic comedy told differently.Jennifer <more>
also has been in many other "Non Rachel" movies such as "The Good Girl "Rockstar" "Derailed", and "The Object of my affection. In "Rumor Has It she is wonderful, and has some very very funny moments, Shirley is fabulous. I liked Kevin Cosnter personally, he was great and perfect for the role.I laughed so hard during this film, and saw it 3 times in threatres. Rent it, or see it in threatres before its to late! I am definitely buying this one of DVD.
We have just returned from seeing Rumor Has It and are happy to report that all of the critics that are bashing it have gotten it wrong. Jennifer Aniston has officially proved that she can carry a movie on her own. She lights up the screen and makes this movie a must see. If you miss Rachel Green from Friends, you will enjoy Aniston's character in this movie. Shirley Maclaine is hysterical as usual and Mark Ruffalo is charming and great to look at. Kevin Costner is well, Kevin Costner. He is still one of the best. The movie is entertaining and fun, not something to analyze or over think. <more>
We thoroughly enjoyed this movie - Definitely a great girls movie night flick. For all fans of The Graduate, there are some funny references to the original movie. Don't miss this movie !
I originally went to see this film because of my fond memories of "The Graduate" which came out when I was about the same age as the title character , but the story really stands on its own, despite the in-jokes apparently, Aniston's sister is married in the same church featured in the original, and one character says "you've got to hide if from the kids." Shirley McClaine should get Oscar consideration as supporting actress, even if her character is somewhat reminiscent of the one she played in "Steel Magnolias." This is the best performance I have <more>
seen from Jennifer Aniston, who may be becoming the successor to Meg Ryan as "America's Sweetheart." Despite the near-slapstick comedy, there are some genuinely touching conversations between Aniston and the other family members. And there's a wonderful twist at the end which I won't reveal here--it brings the plot together nicely. This was exactly the sort of film I look for during the winter holiday season.
Rumour has it that 'Rumor Has It' is a pretty good film. This will by no means be an Oscar contender, but as a pleasant diversion on a weekend afternoon, or possibly as a date movie for those who still go on dates , this could be a winning movie. Jennifer Aniston, late of 'Friends', plays a role that is in many ways reminiscent of the Rachel role - she is a transplanted New Yorker, returning home to L.A. actually, Pasadena, which becomes a running joke with her as-yet-unannounced fiancé to attend her younger sister's wedding. We learn all of this in the first few <more>
minutes, possibly before the credits are done scrolling on the screen - the frenetic pace of 'Friends' is still here.Rumour has it that there was a family in Pasadena that the film 'The Graduate' is based upon - Sarah Anniston fixates upon the idea that this may be her family. She questions her grandmother Shirley MacLaine, but don't call her grandmother , who tells of a possible affair her mother had with a playboy before her marriage Kevin Costner, now a dot-com mega-millionaire . Sarah goes off without her fiancé in search of her mother's past, but finds a past of her own, of a sort.Lots of twists and turns in the film have the characters racing up and down the coast of California in search of the past, the future, and the truth, which ends up being both expected and unexpected in this complicated but easily-followed plot.There aren't major effects and major surprises here. The situational comedy is very much in keeping with an extended version of a comfortable television show, even with the star power of MacLaine and Costner backing Anniston up. The writing is serviceable with occasional flashes of true wit, and the pace of the film is even and pleasant. In all, this is a good film, well worth seeing for a bit of entertainment. Director Rob Reiner does have a talent for good films, and this is one of them.
Based on a true rumor, the premise of the movie was set up oh-so perfectly, especially if you're a fan of Mike Nichols' 1967 Dustin Hoffman-Anne Bancroft movie, The Graduate with its immortal line uttered again in this film . It's pretty creative to have that story and characters intertwined with the narrative of this movie.In this Jennifer Aniston vehicle is it always that the wives of more famous husbands get meatier roles when they break up? , she plays an obituary writer another fashionable job since Jude Law became one in Closer Sarah Huttinger, who's the fiancée of <more>
Jeff Daly Mark Ruffalo . However, she's commitment phobic and is getting cold feet each time Jeff brings up marriage, and it doesn't help that they're attending her sister's Mena Suvari , therefore meeting her dad Richard Jenkins and other relatives she can't get along with.But rumor after rumor, and having realize that her deceased mother had gone for a fling before her own marriage, Sarah begins an investigative hunt into those un faithful days, and with probing for more information from her grandma Katharine Shirley MacLaine , she discovers Beau Burroughs Kevin Costner , the man whom Dustin Hoffman's Ben was modeled after. So it goes that the writer of The Graduate, Charles Webb, is a close friend of Beau, and the story is based loosely on his dalliances with Katharine. Which also means, as Sarah discovers, that the book and movie, is based on her family! But it gets better or is it worse? as Sarah herself falls for Beau and has a one-night stand, bringing to mind all the dirty, sick thoughts of possible incest. The audience gets teased every now and then when you attempt to piece together the possible relationships between the characters, and it gets worse as we go along, until the final revelation at the end. It's amazing too how you become glued to the story, despite its simplicity in its themes.Which is surprisingly not romantic relationship per se, which got shoved to the sidelines, but that of commitment. It tries to examine what makes people stick to each other, and what it takes to accept, forgive, and find courage to move on. If you're bringing your date to his movie, have the correct mindset - it's not just another simple date movie, but one which sets both of you thinking. It's got some kick in it too, all thanks to references to The Graduate movie.Lifting this movie is again the veterans of Shirley MacLaine and Richard Jenkins. MacLaine has played the grandma role to two sisters earlier this year in In Her Shoes. However, this is not a simple rehash of the role, as this one's a little more slapstick, a little more Mrs Robinson, a little more caustic in language and character, but a lot lot lesser screen time. Richard Jenkins too plays the familiar father figure who stands by his daughters, ala his dad role in North Country shown earlier. No doubt that their roles are small, but their characters, all powerful.Kevin Costner seems to be moving to making smaller movies. I won't say that he's excellent in this movie, because it felt like it was a stroll in the park. Having him falling for and romancing a younger woman in Aniston, was similar to his role last year in The Upside of Anger. All eyes though will be on Jennifer Aniston, as her character has certain takes on relationships that cut a little close to her real life split and how she moved on.It's a movie which you think the trailers had revealed all, but trust me, it delivered a lot more than what the trailers suggested. It's fun, witty, and refreshing to a certain extent. Do give this movie a watch if spoilt for choices from the Oscar contenders amongst the crowded theater schedules.
If you have seen "The Graduate," you can relate to this movie (by the-movie-guy)
Synopsis Sarah Huttinger Jennifer Aniston is a New York Times journalist who is stuck writing the obituary column. Sarah has just got engaged to Jeff Daly Mark Ruffalo , and she is not sure she is ready for marriage. They fly to Pasadena to attend her younger sister's wedding, and Sarah wants to keep the engagement quiet. Sarah tells Jeff that her family it a typical Pasadena tennis-playing family that is obsessed with the City of Pasadena and NFL football. Sarah has never fit in with her family, and she wonders why? She uncovers a secret about her family involving Beau Burroughs <more>
Kevin Costner , a wealthy internet business genius. Rumor has it that "The Graduate" book and movie was based on his life. Sarah searches for the truth and becomes an addition to the tale. Comment This is a cute chick-flick that took one of the great movies of the 1960's and continued the story. There are some great lines in the movie, like the toast Shirley MacLaine gave to the bride and groom, "Life is short, and marriage is long, so drink to make it go by faster." Shirley shines in this light-hearted comedy. From the advertising, you may think Costner has a large part in the movie, but actually he only has a small part. The film does a nice job of putting together the rumor from the past, and the present day affair. Since I saw "The Graduate" when I was young, I can relate to this movie. If you want to understand this movie, you must see "The Graduate" first. Warner Brothers, Run time 1:36, Rated PG-13 8/10