Thursday, March 18, 2010

If You Have to Wonder Which Ex

How many are too many?


Jen Aniston Talks About Reuniting With Her Ex

12 comments:

Todd Mason said...

Dunno the Eight Mile joke.

Todd Mason said...

Of course, we have no idea what goes on. PEOPLE certainly isn't interested in this sort of truth even if they could get at it, and NATIONAL ENQUIRER even less so. (That I don't care only adds to the convenience...people sleep with each other for All Kinds of reasons. Including the sport.)

Fleur Bradley said...

:-)

Celebrities always make me feel like I really have my life together.

Anonymous said...

How empty is your life if you really and truly care about this?

Jeff M.

Todd Mason said...

Though, what can I say...I'm actually tearing up a little at the news of Alex Chilton's unexpected death, leaving his apparently shccked widow (I only heard today), particularly as I listen to some of Big Star's work online.

Strange to me to hear in a radio interview the other day that Amy Ryan felt that between them in the NYC performing arts high school that Ryan felt Aniston was the striking one. Ryan much moreso to me. Perhaps Ryan is overly modest or a generous spirit...not that I don't generally like the work of both that I've seen, excluding FRIENDS and that NOT INTO YOU film...well, I liked Aniston in the Mike White film, anyway...

pattinase (abbott) said...

Oh, I think she has talent-especially on Friends and in that one indie movie. But her constant volleying from man to man is sad.

the walking man said...

1 from 30 years ago is plenty enough for me.

George said...

I agree with you, Patti, Aniston is talented. But her choices in movies since FRIENDS went away (with the exception of that indie movie) is hard to fathom. Her BOUNTY HUNTER movie opens today and looks dreadful.

Deb said...

Perhaps it's not that she's had so many exes but that they've all the ones she's had have been famous.

I agree that the bounty hunter movie looks absolutely dreadful: Look, he's locking a woman in the trunk of a car, now he's throwing her down on the ground, isn't it funny?

pattinase (abbott) said...

It's hard to imagine why she doesn't get offered better scripts. Although she's on the wrong side of 40 now. Look how hard Sandra Bullock worked to get a better script.

Deb said...

Yeah, in "The First Wife's Club" there was a line about the three ages of women in Hollywood: Babe, District Attorny, Miss Daisy.

Dorte H said...

I think she must be terribly insecure. Life is much simpler when you KNOW you are just an ordinary human being (especially since my husband hasn´t realized yet ;D )