She's the good girl who lost the guy to the bad girl. (Yeah, Angie, despite all that do-gooding and children-adopting, you're the bad girl.) I'm too young to remember but I'll bet Debbie Reynolds got the same good-girl bump when her husband left her for Liz Taylor.
"Youth and vigor is no match for age and deceit." -- Prancer
Brad Pitt is dead to me until he takes a bath and gets a good shave.
Her romantic comedies all look the same, and although she always looks fantastic, she always looks the same.
Charter member of the "We Always Believed in Ashley" Club and the "We Believe in Ricky" Club
Old, lonely, pathos-hungry, and extremely gullible
You should never write words with numbers. Unless you're seven. Or your name is Prince. - "Weird Al" Yankovic, "Word Crimes"
If I did 5 hours of yoga a day, had a chef, driver, cook, trainer, I'd look like that too. But I don't cuz I can't...oh and i need a stylist and hairdresser!
"awwww....shades of Janet Lynn" - Dick Button on anyone who makes more than one mistake in their program.
i think there's a misconception about how "bad" her movies do, probably because of the constant perpetuation of it by the media who has an endless fascination with her. while they aren't blockbusters, they don't cost that much to make and they consistently make enough money (at the box office + dvds) so as to make it profitable for the studios. Forbes consistently ranks her as one of the most profitable investments for studios. that's why she gets hired, and that's why she always seems like she has a new movie out every three months.
i neither get the extreme hatred or extreme adoration. she seems like a nice enough person, and there's never been a bad word written or said about her among the hollywood circles or people she's worked with. that can't be said about her "peers" like julia roberts, reese witherspoon, katherine heigl, etc. yet she just chooses to do the most banal movies.
i get that she loves to do comedies, and doesn't really get excited by doing dramatic roles. but she could probably do more indie-type comedies with directors like wes anderson, or PT anderson rather than an endless string of lame rom-coms.
I also don't have strong feelings about Jennifer. I do think it is funny that when she was married to Pitt she was in her thirties and talking about being a young mother .. ah Jen, young mothers are 21 not 31. Not that 31 isn't a fine age to have a baby, but it is not "young." Now she is still talking about babies at 42. Really, unless she adopting, she is pushing the envelope a bit IMHO.
A good rant is cathartic. Ranting is what keeps me sane. They always come from a different place. Take the prime minister, for example. Sometimes when I rant about him, I am angry; other times, I am just severely annoyed - it's an important distinction. - Rick Mercer
I've always liked Jennifer Aniston, she seems really nice and quite down to earth. I haven't cared for her movies but they are the type of movie I can turn on while sitting on the couch on a rainy Sunday. Even if I catch the movie 30 minutes in I wont miss much and can just enjoy the rest.
"Michelle would never be caught with sausage grease staining her Vera Wang." - rfisher
I like Jenn. She tried to break out of her normal roles before, but those movies didn't do well. Might as well as stick to the type of roles that Hollywood only wants to hire you for and make as much money as you can.
As for the hairdresser, she made the studio pay $10,000 for a hairstylist to go on promotion with her in Europe (she 'needed' that one). Her hairstyle that promo tour: down and straight. Seriously?
I've never liked her. She was always my least favourite on Friends, and she just plain out annoys the heck out of me.