almost 4 years
Bitter to watch. Made barely tolerable by Applegate.
Tim Jules Hull
almost 6 years
Penis song is good, and few other laughs.
over 6 years
one of the craziest, weirdest movies i've seen in a while while also being a chick flick.
over 6 years
4/10 Very Awful
The Sweetest Thing is a 2002 American film farce directed by Roger Kumble and written by Nancy Pimental, who based the characters on herself and friend Kate Walsh. It starred Cameron Diaz, Selma Blair, Christina Applegate, Thomas Jane, and Jason Bateman.
In an opening scene, a group of men are interviewed regarding Christina Walters (Cameron Diaz) who introduce her as a player and a user of men in the swinging singles market. The men include:
The scene shifts back to the sexist man whose claims of Christina's lesbianism causes an entire crowd of women to attack him with baseball bats and the movie moves along, introducing Christina Walters, a successful interior designer and Courtney Rockcliffe (Christina Applegate) who is a divorce lawyer as they console their friend and roommate Jane (Selma Blair) who had recently broken up with her boyfriend Kevin by taking her out to a dance club and cancel their plans to stay in for pizza. At the club, Jane feels out of place and Christina grabs...