Good Advice (2001) - Comedy, Romance

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An investment banker loses everything and must discover what's important in life.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Steve Rash
Stars: Charlie Sheen, Angie Harmon
Length: 93 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 6 out of 48 found boring (12.5%)

One-line Reviews (27)

His subsequent relationship with Page is much more entertaining.

This movie isn't going to make anybody's Top 100 list, but it's consistently entertaining.

A predictable ending leaves the movie flat, although you will be cheering for Ryan and Page anyway.

As was shown by the number of people getting out of the theatre at the preview I attended, this movie starts out a bit dull.

Good advice would be not only to stay away, but to not even look at the box, waste of time and talent.

Really Very Enjoyable .

It got a little boring and there were a few moments of mediocrity, but the plot scheme was wonderful, the characters were cool and lovable, and it is completely enjoyable from beginning to end, in my honest opinion.

The dialogue is at best predictable and clichéd.

For the most part, it was predictable, but nevertheless entertaining.

Ultimately, an unexpected phenomenon to find out more about the real "Cindy" keeps Ryan on his toes.

The sensuous Angie Harmon has emphasis and timing that are at once breathtaking.

This was so predictable I was surprised to find that the director wasn't a five year old.

Loved the movie: There's a lot to like - Snappy dialogue, genuine laughs, a bit of pathos and generally warm bubble-gum feel to it.

Very entertaining and cute romance.

Entertaining romantic comedy.

Her beautiful face is, all at once, a combination of attitude, confusion and satisfaction that she's the "It" girl of the moment.

A very entertaining rental.

The comedy is well directed and the love affair between Angie Harmon(Page Henson) and Charlie Sheen(Ryan Turner) is unexpected and comes as a surprise.

As usual, Jon Lovitz in a supporting role only helped, and the whole cast had snappy dialogue to play with.

It's easy on the eye, charming, slightly insightful, positive, and entertaining.

Just a waste of time.

It's not Oscar-nomination stuff, but it is a very enjoyable way for canoodling couples to spend an hour and a half with a bottle of wine or a bag of popcorn.

The film reminds me of those type of "frothy" comedies they made in the 1960's (without the heavy sexual humor that this film has of course) and because of it's unique blend of comedy, light romance and pathos the makers ended up with a witty highly entertaining movie.

Soon, readership is up and Page, having an unexpected and unwanted attraction to Ryan, has to fight her better judgement on getting involved with the "attached" Ryan and her feelings for him.

Really kooky, surprisingly enjoyable romantic comedy and overall a lot of fun to watch.

This is a very entertaining, light comedy about a man who discovers that love is more important than money or success.

One of its requirements is that it still be as crisp and enjoyable after three viewings.