We gotta hand it to Angelina Jolie, whether she's in Tomb Raider popcorn stuff or Changeling fancy flicks, she steals the damn show, something Jen Aniston has never learned how to do.
J.A. is always, always the second-fiddle girlfriend to the main dude (Bruce Almighty, Rock Star) or lost in a sea of costars (He's Just Not That Into You). And it's even worse when she really is the star. Oh, no? What bitch was featured on the Marley & Me poster? A friggin' dog. How insulting is that?
And now Aniston's slumming it (professionally and paycheck-wise) in the indie movie Management, in which we hear Jen, whom we really do love, still manages to get upstaged by a less likely source...
The way underrated Steve Zahn, that's who. The whole forgettable, formulaic flick—just as we predicte it would be—is not about Aniston. It's all about Zahn, who plays a nut job in love with an uptight babe out of his league (that would be our Jen).
He pursues her until she eventually cracks and loves him back. Did we spoil the ending? Only way we could've done that is if you've never seen a movie before.
Damn, if it's between funky stuff like this and fluff like Marley & Me, stick with the dog movies—at least then she gets paid better. Can we please just give her the $16 mil box office now—the same amount The Good Girl made—and not have to watch the damn thing?
Babe was on a roll for a while with memorable li'l flicks like Office Space and The Good Girl. Then what happened? Brad breaks up with her, and does all her taste in men and movies go flying out the window? Films like Rumor Has It and fellas like John Mayer are all she's got to show for herself in the last four years. It's just sad, since we think she deserves a whole lot better than settling for the likes of those flops.
Where's the murderous babe who was fiercely hot in Derailed, already? Just like Tom Cruise, Jen does nasty so much better than nicey.Source