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Running Time:
90 minutes

Rating: PG-13 Parents Strongly Cautioned.

Rating Explanation:
for sexual content, language, crude humor and some drug references.

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
An uninspired predictable comedy with jokes that sometimes fall flat, but despite the overabundance of bathroom humor, there are still some very funny scenes., and the stars are charming.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Rodolfo Goes Hollywood; Cutting room floor; Do overs; Making the movie; The inside scoop.

Along Came Polly
Reuben Feffer (Ben Stiller) is a phobic, risk assessment specialist at a big insurance company. His job is to calculate the odds of just about everything, and he makes all his life choices totally based on data analysis. But sometimes that doesn't always work out for him. After his marriage to Lisa Kramer (Debra Messing) hits the rocks while he's still on his honeymoon, the always cautious Reuben finds himself strangely attracted to Polly Prince (Jennifer Aniston), one of the world's most clueless waitresses, who's both a free-spirit and a flake. In other words, she's his exact opposite. There are many comic inventions in the film, one of them is Polly's pet, a lovable but blind ferret who has a hilarious propensity to run into things at the most inopportune times. The story is filled with funny moments, many of which you haven't seen before, and when the laughs are over, you'll still remember the colorful characters. There's Philip Seymour Hoffman as Reuben's best friend, a former child star, now reduced to playing a bit part in a local production of "Jesus Christ, Superstar;" Alec Baldwin as Reuben's touch-happy boss who's a slime ball the likes of whom you haven't seen too often on film; Hank Azaria playing a French nudist with big muscles and a bad accent, and Bryan Brown as a wealthy death defying CEO, badly in needs of an insurance policy from Reuben. But best of all is Anniston as Polly. She's a real charmer whom you'll be seeing over and over, now that "Friends" is ending. The film was written and directed by John Hamburg, the co-writer of two of Ben Stiller's earlier hits "Zoolander" and "Meet The Parents."

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