Scarlett Johansen has sex with the married guy she’s having
an affair with, in his office, when his wife walks in. He tells Scarlett to hide in the closet and
then he proceeds to have sex with his wife.
The poor guy was just trying to save his marriage, but it was very
awkward for everyone.
There. Now you saw the whole movie. The rest of it was shown in the coming
attractions. Seriously, it was like I’d
already seen the entire thing. I was
actually saying Drew Barrymore’s words before they were even out of her mouth. I felt cheated and used and tricked into
getting sucked in. Which was sort of the
whole point of the movie, so I guess, in a way, it worked.
There may have been more to it, but I was somewhat
distracted by the fact that I thought the girl who plays the biggest loser on the
entire planet (GiGi) was D.J. from Full House.
Except with terrible hair. I kept
saying, “I know that’s D.J!!!” throughout the entire movie, and Dan kept
saying, “Why are you yelling? And “Can
So that might be why I thought it was so awful.