The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past2009
The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009)
Critic Consensus: A retread of A Christmas Carol, featuring Matthew McConaughey in a retread of his Dazed and Confused role, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past lacks originality, humor, and any semblance of charm.
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as Connor Mead
as Jenny Perotti
as Uncle Wayne
as Paul Mead
as Sandra Volkom
as Sgt. Volkom
as Vonda Volkom
as Allison Vandermeersh
as Denice the Bridesmaid
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Critic Reviews for The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
This movie I think really did the impossible. It makes Failure To Launch look like The Thin Man.
Just in case you can't get enough of the romantic comedy oeuvre of Matthew McConaughey, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past is here to remind you that, yes, some films of his are even worse than Failure to Launch, Surfer Dude, and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
I'm almost embarrassed to admit I found Ghosts of Girlfriends Past the season's first genuine guilty pleasure.
Only two characters might qualify as sympathetic.
Audience Reviews for The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Clever re-telling of Dickensian morality tale. Attractive and endearing cast and sweet message of love and forgiveness.
Not the worst romantic comedy I have ever seen and it did make me laugh out loud at certain points, but in the end we are dealing with a genre that we as an audience know better than our own reflections. We know the Dickens tale just as well, so combining the two gave very few surprises and I feel with the rom com genre, surprises in an otherwise stagnant movie are what set them apart from the crowd. McConaughey was, well he was himself, just as the cameo from Douglas and the watery semi-presence of Garner. Still it was watchable and gave what it said it would - teary eyes, lessons learned and a whole lot of promiscous and vaccuous sexual innuendo.
A little bit on the boring and slow side, but it kept me entertained enough to watch the whole movie.
The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Quotes
|Connor Mead:||Someone once told me that the power in all relationships lies with whoever cares less, and he was right. But power isn't happiness, and I think that maybe happiness comes from caring more about people rather than less|
|Uncle Wayne:||We're ghosts, baby. We're ageless.|