Jane Goodale has everything going for her. She's a producer on a popular daytime talk show, and is in a hot romance with the show's dashing executive producer Ray. But when the relationship goes terribly awry, Jane begins an extensive study of the male animal, including her womanizing roommate Eddie. Jane puts her studies and romantic misadventure to use as a pseudonymous sex columnist -- and becomes a sensation.
Ankit N (us) wrote: I LOVE IT.....PARI IN HASEE AS MENTAL SCIENTIST AWESOME.MUST SEE IF YOU WANT TO SEE SOME GOOD ACTING SKILLS.
Benjamin P (jp) wrote: "This is your new crew?" "Well, it ain't my book club!"
Jeremiah E (ru) wrote: For some reason this movie really resonated for me. Perhaps because i loved to play so much. The chance to go back and play again and change your life would have been a hard choice as it was for the character.
Mary C (us) wrote: Is it going to win an Oscar? probably not. But was it awesome? A little bit. All I want from a movie is entertainment and Fubar definitely delivers.
Brian B (fr) wrote: I wanted to really like this film and the concept is very good, but the acting and plot progression are both pretty blah.
Joshua F (mx) wrote: Don't tell anyone I liked this rom-com!
Scott C (es) wrote: It looks stunning - as all Malick films do - however, it just seems like nearly 2 hours of Ben Affleck frolicking, all lovey-dovey, with women in slow motion. There's obviously more to it than that, but that's mostly the impression it made on me. Still worth seeing though.
Sylvester K (ru) wrote: This is one truly disturbingly disgusting and yet by far the funniest film that depicted the real and raw Australia, it's so brilliantly scripted. The experimental shots were successful, it's a disturbing version of Rain Man and Forrest Gump Mash with Mr. Bean. I do not recommend anyone to watch this film without being warned, but if you can sit through the first 20 minutes then you can enjoy the rest of the sick film. I love the boundary pushing and dark humour in the film, combining religion symbolism and sexual juxtaposition. The has a strong artistic value that makes the viewers think about the meaning of life and death