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Jennifer Aniston Box Set (2002)

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UPC/Barcode: 5039036028332
Released: 4th September 2006
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: 3391701000
Category: Feature, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
Jennifer Aniston Box Set (2002) (Box Set) (Deleted)


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Film information

Story: Box set containing five movies starring Jennifer Aniston. In 'The Object of My Affection' (1998), even though social worker Nina (Aniston) has a boyfriend, the man she feels closest to is her schoolteacher friend George (Paul Rudd). When George is forced to move in with Nina, the relationship between the two becomes even more intense. Nina falls pregnant, but decides she would prefer to raise her child with George, rather than its natural father. In 'Picture Perfect' (1997), Kate (Aniston) is an ambitious career girl who wants to climb the career ladder but her boss really only gives promotions to people who are attached. To achieve this, she pretends that she is due to marry Nick (Jay Mohr), a man she met at a wedding recently and whom she only really knows through a photograph she got from her friend. Kate is meanwhile attracted to her co-worker Sam (Kevin Bacon) who is only interested in women who are attached. Matters are complicated when Kate's boss expresses an interest in meeting Nick. In 'She's the One' (1996), New York cabbie Mickey (Edward Burns) and his stockbroker brother Francis (Mike McGlone) find themselves in a confusing love triangle after following the advice of their father (John Mahoney) to do whatever makes them happy. Just as Mickey weds his girlfriend Hope (Maxine Bahns), Francis announces his divorce from Renee (Aniston) and intention to marry Heather (Cameron Diaz), Mickey's ex-fiancée. The resulting sibling rivalry leads to various comic situations. 'Office Space' (1999) stars Ron Livingston as Peter Gibbons, a stressed out office junior who decides that he's had enough of the working life. Deciding to spend more time with his sexy waitress girlfriend (Aniston), he rarely goes into work, and when he does he just plays computer games and insults his boss. But rather than getting fired, Peter gets praise and added responsibility, so he decides to go one step further and, together with his beleaguered colleagues, sets about defrauding the company. Finally in 'The Good Girl' (2002) Justine Last's (Aniston) life is going nowhere: her husband (John C. Reilly) spends most of the time getting stoned with his best friend Bubba (Tim Blake Nelson), and she has a dead-end job at the cosmetics desk in a department store. However, all is about to change when fellow worker Tom (Jake Gyllenhaal) - who likes to be called Holden after the main character in 'The Catcher in the Rye' - decides to show Justine just what life can really be like and what she has been missing.

Starring: Zooey Deschanel, Jake Gyllenhaal, John Carroll Lynch, Tim Blake Nelson, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Alan Alda, Nigel Hawthorne, John Pankow, Timothy Daly, Kevin Bacon, Jay Mohr, Olympia Dukakis, Illeana Douglas, Kevin Dunn, Faith Prince, Anne Twomey, John Rothman, Paul Cassell, Maxine Bahns, Edward Burns, Cameron Diaz, Ron Livingston, Stephen Root, Gary Cole, Deborah Rush, Kali Rocha, John Mahoney, Ajay Naidu, Mike White, Lena Cardwell, Mike McGlone, Mike McShane, David Herman, Natalie Kikkenborg, Anita Gillette, Richard Riehle, Lauren Varija Pratt, Leslie Mann, Alexandra Wentworth, Hayden Panettiere, Amanda Peet, Joe Bays, Lauren Chen, Frank Vincent, Dietrich Bader, Liam Aiken, Malachy McCourt, Kinna McInroe, Beatrice Winde, Todd Duffey

Directed by: Nicholas Hytner, Glenn Gordon Caron, Edward Burns, Mike Judge, Miguel Arteta

Music by: George Fenton, Carter Burwell, Tom Petty, John Frizzell

Produced by: Laurence Mark, Erwin Stoff, Ted Hope, Matthew Greenfield, Edward Burns, James Schamus, Daniel Rapaport, Michael Rotenberg

Written by: Edward Burns, Mike White, Wendy Wasserstein, Mike Judge, Arleen Sorkin, Paul Slansky, May Quigley, Glenn Gordon Caron

DVD information

Studio/distributor: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.

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