Man About Town (2006) - Comedy, Drama

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

A top Hollywood talent agent finds his cushy existence threatened when he discovers that his wife is cheating on him and that his journal has been swiped by a reporter out to bring him down.

IMDB: 5.5
Director: Mike Binder
Stars: Ben Affleck, Rebecca Romijn
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 10 out of 41 found boring (24.39%)

One-line Reviews (22)

2 out of 10 very boring drama queens

All in all, a complete waste of time: no laughs, no love, no drama, no eurekas.

Ben Affleck is back to making the same boring, bad acting films.

Overall, this is a very enjoyable movie with a satisfying conclusion instead of the usual eye-rolling fest with the easy way out.

Romjin, normally hot and exciting, is listless and dull.

Worst movie...

Could have been better, BUT lots of great tongue in cheek jokes make it worth watching anyway.

Well this movie is simply - a waste of time.

The story was, boring and shallow, with ludicrous action points, and final that makes you say "What the...?"So, a "Feel good movie"?

This movie is at times funny, hilarious, touching but all the time convincing and engaging.

All I saw was a boring story about a horrible person, a talent agent, whom I found myself rooting against.

Waste of time .

And the people present in the theater also did enjoyed it.

Certainly not one of Ben Affleck greatest pictures, but for the real Ben Affleck fan, this story can still be quite enjoyable, because there are lots of quirky, subtle, satirical jokes about egoism to be enjoyed.

The climax, while entertaining, is predictable and feels rushed.

I've seen a couple of recent Ben Affleck films that disappointed me, and was expecting this to be much the same - a pointless comedy with trite, unfunny dialogue.

Surprisingly Entertaining .

He's shallow, uninteresting and his life is meaningless.

The female characters are even more loathsome than the male characters: Barbi is a Dragon Lady racist cliché; Mrs. Jack A-Hole is a brainless Trophy Wife; and the less said about the Sharon Stone wanna-be, the better.

This is really one of the worst movies I've ever seen...

It is bland, told solely from the side of the "victim" that does his best to sound like an absolute drama queen, failing miserably at that.

I enjoyed it thoroughly.