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Ben Affleck: A Movie-By-Movie Guide
The good, the bad and the Gigli

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Ben Affleck: A Movie-By-Movie Guide  | Bounce (2000)
Bounce (2000)

Like a pre-Gigli tremour, here was a script that should have had Affleck hunting for a new agent, or, at the very least, checking the prescription of his reading glasses. Soppier than a bathful of puppies, Don Roos’ romance pairs him with his offscreen partner of the time, Gwyneth Paltrow, at whom he moons hopelessly for 100 minutes as an unfulfilled saleman who – you guessed it – finds true love. The terrible secret that threatens to keep the pair apart turns out to be disappointingly unterrible. The movie turns out to be more ‘splat’ than Bounce.
 

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Quality feature - well worth it just for the last page - I'd never seen either of those two clips. Handsome Men Club was funny, and it was interesting to see all the cameos. However, The "Ben Affleck" video had me in stitches - I don't know how long this has been kicking around the internet, but it's been long time since I've seen something that has had me laughing so much it hurt ! I had to watch it again just to try and spot all the cameos in it.   The fact that Affleck is willing to send himself up like this grants him a lot of respect from me (not that I imagine that matters sp; Top class! More

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