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Film
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  Something's Gotta Give cinematronic
  director

Nancy Meyers

cast

Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Keanu Reeves, Frances McDormand, Amanda Peet, Jon Favreau

year

2003

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  Sublime bastard of the silver screen Jack Nicholson shifts into his rascally mode in the likable romantic comedy "Something's Gotta Give," which lampoons the actor's satyr-ical public persona, then offers up a blithe sex-for-seniors seminar. Writer/director Nancy Meyers takes the film beyond sit-common gags and simple sentiment, but it might've fallen apart had Nicholson not been matched in comedic skills, timing and fire by co-star and fellow old pro Diane Keaton. Nicholson is close to home as Harry Langer, a wealthy entrepreneur and serial seducer of women under 30. When Harry works his wiles on a nubile New York babe (Amanda Peet), he doesn't expect to meet a more perfect match in her mom, fastidious playwright Erica Barry (Keaton). Harry would never consider dating a woman near to his own age, until he has a heart attack that throws him and Erica together for a week in her beach house. Although Harry may be too set in his lecherous ways to embrace a peer like Erica, chemistry happens. But Harry's handsome young doctor (Keanu Reeves) also covets Erica. Obviously, something's gotta give in this grown-up farce that celebrates elder sexuality. With the superlative Frances McDormand as Erica's acerbic sister.  
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