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An excellent collection of 5 films featuring Jennifer Aniston.
The Object of My Affection (Dir. Nicholas Hytner, 1998): A romantic comedy-drama that pushes the very tender line between love, sex and friendship! Nina, a social worker, shares a cozy flat with her dear friend George, who happens to be gay. When Nina becomes pregnant by her overbearing boyfriend, she begs George to step into the breach - but is he ready to be a surrogate dad?
Picture Perfect (Dir. Glenn Gordon Caron, 1997): As adorable as she is ambitious, Kate is determined to turn her mid-level advertising job into an executive position - and equally determined to snare Sam, the agency's ultra-suave Romeo who prefers illicit affairs with attached women. She achieves both goals by pretending she's getting married to Nick, a man she met at a wedding and barely knows. But her carefully constructed fictional life comes face to face with reality when her boss wants to meet Nick, sending Kate's personal and professional worlds spinning out of control...
She's The One (Dir. Edward Burns, 1996): Filmmaker and star Edward Burns follows his acclaimed debut The Brothers McMullen, with this equally fresh, funny and wry romantic comedy about two brothers wrestling their preposterous approaches to life and love. Mickey (Burns), a free-spirited New York cabbie, and Francis (Mike McGlone), a materialistic Wall Street stockbroker, are extremely competitive and confused about women as a result of their father's (John Mahoney) influence. Though they disagree about nearly everything, they have one thing in common: Mickey's ex-fianc?eather (Cameron Diaz) is Francis' secret lover. Though the brothers have beautiful wives (Maxine Bahns and Jennifer Aniston), Heather triggers their longtime sibling rivalry with uproarious and unexpected results.
Office Space (Dir. Mike Judge, 1999): Fasten your ergonomic seat belt, you're in for a hilarious ride through the inner workings of Office Space, the outrageous hit comedy that will strike fear into the little hearts of bosses everywhere! Unable to endure another mind-numbing day at Initech Corporation, cubicle slave Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) gets fired up and decides to get fired. Armed with a leisurely new attitude and a sexy new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston), he soon masters the art of neglecting his job, which quickly propels him into the ranks of upper management!
The Good Girl (Dir. Miguel Arteta, 2002): Thirty-year-old Justine Last longs for a life more fulfilling than the one she leads with her boring husband and dead-end job at the Retail Rodeo. But when a passionate young co-worker catches her eye and steals her heart, Justine's good-girl existence takes a turn for the worse...