The Good Guy

The Good Guy

DVD - 2010
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Ambitious New Yorker Beth wants it all: a good job, good friends, and a good guy to share the city with. But when she falls hard for Tommy, a handsome young Wall Street hotshot, she discovers that the last one is trickiest of all. Just as everything seems to be falling into place, Beth meets Tommy's shy, clumsy co-worker, Daniel, and soon learns that the game of love in the big city is a lot like Wall Street: high risk, high reward, and everybody has an angle. Includes commentary and trailer.


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dgr Feb 06, 2013

This film is one-dimensional, one-sided and made-for-TV.

The writer-director really doesn't know too much about women. All the pieces are there, he just hasn't put them together.

Doorbell Aug 16, 2012

I really liked this movie. I was shocked the Bryan Greenberg could play a role where his character was not sexy, smooth, and irresistible. He was the shy, not smooth, sweet guy who uses kindness to win over the girl. I think He did a great job. Not once during this movie did I want to sleep with him, which rarely happens. I also like the parallelism between the movie's plot and the plot of the book The Good Soldier. This was a predictable romantic movie but the telling of the story makes it different. This is a movie people should see.

Jan 07, 2011

Fair - The Good Guy (2009) 90 min. Laborious romance film that only picks up in the third act but by that time, I'm not sure I even cared. It follows an arrogant stock broker who believes he has the world in the palm of his hand; including the business world and romantic interests. Oh how the mighty fall. If only he fell on the side of humility, this character would've had it all. The film may have been better if they didn't give the ending away at the start of the film.


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