You won't be disappointed!
As Good As It Gets
Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Dull, slow comedy about gender roles, but not in the sense of making fun of the roles, only in reinforcing them. Realism in not the strong point, more like the romantic nonsense of mass produced comics. The end result is quite simple: if you have grown up with this and want some more from the same old, than you're the only audience the production team planned for.Contact me with Questions, Comments or Suggestions ryitfork @ bitmail.ch
If your tastes run toward the perverse and twisted, this lewd retread of a squeaky clean wholesome American sit-com will have many gut laughing. I'm no prude and enjoy blue humor as much as anyone, but the writers of this film just made the blue humor creepy instead of cleaver. It was like they made scenes off color just for the sake of besmirching the memory of the albeit corny-cleanness of the original TV series. If Sherwood Schwartz hadn't protested, there probably would have been a scene suggesting Greg and his mom were entangled in an incestuous tryst. Or that Mike (dad) was cruising public restrooms for gay glory holes. A retrospective "Thank You" to Sherwood. Even when Hollywood said you were dead (getting their wires crossed when Bob "Gilligan" Denver passed), you were faithful to the things you created, and I admire that. Some things just shouldn't be sold out.
i never saw any episode of the Brady's , but i enjoyed this spoof of 70's righteous family living in modern mid nineties, not so glamorous, period. i specially like the funny as always Shelly long of course as the mother, and amazing babe Christine Taylor playing Marcia. but for me the movie really started to pick up from the moment (49 min) Davy Jones give an exceptional performance of his 70's Brady's hit 'girl' while Marcia Brady 70's character drive an entire 90's grunge crowed to dance to is song, and the schoolteachers are gathering around him. so to sum it up - great fun movie , and the sequel was also as good. Christine Taylor will probably will always be remembered for this role.
The grooviest movie ever made!! Deserves and Oscar!!!!! "JJJAAAAAAAAAN" "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" "I'm the new Jan Brady!" "As a wise man once said, "Wherever you go, there you are."" "Because my glasses make me look positively goofy, but with these new contact lenses i look ultra glamorous!" Nothing could ever top this movie!!! (Except maybe the Sequel when Greg and Marcia fell in love! Who saw that coming!?) Neato! Groovy! Far out! This movie is the best movie I have ever seen!! It's happening in far out ways! Everyone should watch this movie at some point and time!! Even if they have never seen the show! But who hasn't seen the TV show!?