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WATCHING Jersey Girl, Annoying Affleck

Last night Kenny and Ve convinced me to see a movie starred by one of the most annoying actor in Hollywood, Ben Affleck. I was first irritated by his acting in Armageddon. I found his so-called good look was exaggerated and his half-ascending-smirk looks like some one who just had stroke. But Ve said, this was a Kevin Smith’s movie and his only movie I saw as reference was quite amusing in a sense that it was an absolutely originally nut case movie. The movie was ‘Dogma’. They made Alanis Morissette playing GOD. Crazy enough I suppose.

But I was disappointed. Totally disappointed. I expected Smith could at least create an unusual romantic comedy out of the already-bland-title ‘Jersey Girl’. But the result was another bland romantic drama. And, once again Ben Affleck proved me that he was still rank as my numero uno annoying actor working in Tinsel Town!

I’m sorry to all Affleck’s fan, but if Affleck intended to replace the ageing Tom Cruise as the-next-arrogant-people-love, well, think again. Tom Cruise, older he may be, is still the best actor to play arrogant-snob-character in Hollywood. Noone can beat him in playing such arrogant yet so loving characters. ‘A Few Good Men’, ‘The Firm’, you name it, his charisma would always linger and his good look would make all women—and gays alike—drool and men would want to be him. I know I do, I want to be Tom Cruise when I grew up. Heck I even once put a poster of him with his ‘Top of gun’ attire on the wall of my room, back in those teenage-confusing years.

In short, the plot of the story followed Affleck’s efforts to become the best father in the world as he proclaimed to his baby after he lost his wife—played by another almost equally annoying actress, ex sweetheart Jennifer Lopez—and his dream job. For the first fifteen minutes I was bored to death to see this two love birds fell in love, got married, and gave birth, until J-Lo’s character died in the labor process. Thanks God, I had to say, for I would’ve banged my head to the wall of Djakarta Theater if I had to sit through another hour watching these two annoying actors invading the screen.

The story then went forward to the time when the girl was a seven year old smart-mouth-annoying kid and Affleck’s character stuck in a no-end job as street sweeper. For seven years he proved that he could become the best father in the world until one day when he got an interview for a potential dream job and he had to make some tough choices. The story went on so insipidly. I never expect much when I see a romantic drama, especially with Affleck and Lopez in it. But this was a Kevin Smith, so yes, my expectation got higher, and unfortunately, crashed. I expect some surprises, but there was none.

Anyway, I found Raquel Castro, the girl that played Ben’s daughter, was a natural actress. She’s cute and she makes up the lame script for making her too-smart-for-her-age with her wink and smile that showed these two humongous front teeth that simply adorable. As for Liy Tyler, well, she’s beautiful and wow, those breasts, o those breasts—does she perform any surgery on those mountainous boobs, guys? Is it natural? Just focus on the boobs, guys, for I wouldn’t care less if her character was non existent in the movie. So nggak penting getoh.

My suggestion, if you never watch any Affleck’s movie (Where the hell have you been? Pluto?), I recommend you to see this one as a date movie. You’ll love it, that’s the only way you could love this movie, seeing it with your lover. The theater would be empty and sitting in the corner you could kiss and do whatever you like.

Don’t mind me.

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