vonChristian Ihle 13.05.2010

Monarchie & Alltag

Neue Bands und wichtige Filme: „As long as the music’s loud enough, we won’t hear the world falling apart“.

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“Some movies are no better than second-rate sitcoms. Other movies are no better than third-rate sitcoms. “The Back-up Plan” (Dt. Titel: “Plan B für die Liebe”, Anm.d.Red.) doesn’t deserve comparison with sitcoms. It plays like an unendurable TV commercial about beautiful people with great lifestyles and not a thought in their empty little heads. (…) Jennifer Lopez has never looked better. That’s about all she does here, is look better. (…) Obviously, the only way to make this movie reach a feature length is for Zoe and Stan to break up and get back together again, which they do, I think, three times. Their break-ups tend toward communications difficulties, as one or the other idiotically misunderstands dialogue that is crystal clear for everyone in the audience. (…) I have neglected poor little Nuts, Zoe’s Boston terrier. Nuts follows her everywhere, and whenever he gets a closeup, he barks appropriately, as if he understands what is said. When was the last time in a movie where somebody said something, and there was a cut to a dog who barked, and you thought, “That’s so funny!”” (…) This movie is desperately boring. No one says much of anything interesting.”

(Roger Ebert über den neuen Jennifer-Lopez-Film “Plan B für die Liebe” in der Chicago Sun Times)

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