2.52 h 1 min2003X-RayR
When small time street thug Larry Gigli meets a tough and gorgeous enforcer named Ricki, the sparksfly in this outrageous battle of the sexes.
Martin Brest
Christopher WalkenBen AffleckJennifer Lopez
English [CC]
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Justin Bartha
Casey SilverMartin Brest
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Eugene M. Downs Jr.Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Even worse than you can imagine
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A friend and I sometimes watch famously awful movies, and we picked a doozy for our last get-together. As much ink as has been spilled on the risible dialogue, murderous acting and you-gotta-be-kidding-me appearance of Al Pacino, the reality of "Gigli" is far, far worse than you can ever imagine. "Uncle!" I cried about 30 minutes into this dung heap, but my friend was merciless made me sit through every stinking minute. Lousier than any movie we have watched before or since, which includes both "Crossroads" and "Glitter."
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Matthew CuginiReviewed in the United States on May 23, 2020
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I watched this for a bad movie night group, and it was more taxing than anything I have ever watched. If you don't want to lose years off your life, watch some clips and try to forget it.
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DoniseReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Underrated Movie
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Critics didn't speak well of this movie but it'd always been one of my favorites of J-Lo & Ben. It's silly and funny. Justin Bartha was too funny at playing the role of the special needs kid. The movie name - Gigli (rhymes with really) - is Ben Affleck's character. After seeing him in The Accountant, you may squirm at the chauvinistic-punk-boy-wanna-be-hit-man with an attitude you see him perform on this screen. But remember, it was done in 2003! Watch it!!!
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TrowleyReviewed in the United States on May 13, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
It's a funny ridiculous comedy! Love Jlo and Ben Together!!!
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This is a very silly ridiculous movie! It's funny - kind of offensive - but taken as pure comedy with no serious intentions, it's entertaining! I love Ben and Jen and Jen and Ben so I loved seeing them together!! Watch it if you love them, enjoy a few cameos, it is truly monologue after monologue - if you're here for Jen and Ben you will enjoy it! Otherwise it's just a silly movie to laugh at and see some dated stereotypical ideas - and also some progressive ideas!! Shot out to Thich Nhat Hanh book!! Enjoy!
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maestrokennethReviewed in the United States on April 24, 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Wow, That Was a Mess... But You Should Still See It Just To See It
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Actually you should see this movie to see how bad a movie can get...

True, this is one of heck of a mess of a movie. The acting, characters, script, story are a total mess. However, it's NOT the worst film every made. There were some funny and clever moments, I am embarrassed to admit to laughing a few times. I rented this movie, I watched it in 4 different 30 minute segments. Breaking it up made it more easy to digest. I couldn't imagine doing it all in one viewing. It's so bizarre and quirky and goofy you can't just watch it in one sitting. It's only okay in limited doses. I recommend this movie to see just how cheesy and lame a film can be. It is cinematic gold to see such a bizarre and strangely done film that leaves you scratching your head wondering what they were thinking. It is quite boring by the way. Some of the dialogue is quit graphic and vulgar so be warned. It is fun seeing such A list actors in such a nonsense film. There is some nice footage of Southern California.
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Christa ConstantineReviewed in the United States on October 12, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Plot Synopsis: lesbian steals Ben Affleck’s car.
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This movie is bAd. That’s all you need to know. Deeply disrespectful to a number of communities and the writing was offensively bad.

That said if you have a box of wine and a drinking game you’ll be plastered by the end of the first hour (OF WHICH THERE ARE TWO).
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AQReviewed in the United States on July 4, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Easy to watch has a light, uplifted feeling
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I actually liked this movie. It's different from a typical rom-com and pace is slow. The movie is light, not a high budget box office hit. JLo does a great job and you get to see the silly soft side of Affleck. Has soft connotations of the kid bringing out best sides of these tough guys. Easy Sunday movie from work week.
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Craig RussellReviewed in the United States on February 12, 2004
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It really is quite astounding how bad this movie really is. First things last, I was blown away to find out that Martin Brest wrote & directed this mess. Midnight Run happens to be one of my favorite films of all-time. Gigli actually tries to be Midnight Run on more than one occasion, along with Rain Man, Chasing Amy and any number of Elmore Leonard filcks. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are atrocious. Affleck's Brooklyn by-way-of Boston accent is comical. His scene where he's flexing his muscles for a closet mirror is grounds for black-listing. And I'm not even going to elaborate on his come-ons to Lopez. She's not quite as bad, but her speeches on the female anatomy and "people skills" couldn't have been written by a human. Then there's Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. Hoo-ahhh! Pacino's just plain awful - a completely stupid, over-the-top performance than he's been giving us more often than not lately (and yes, that includes Brest's Scent of a Woman, a completely overrarted film). As far as Walken, he basically regurgitates his True Romance-Bluloo Boyle speech, then suddenly starts talking in some strange alien language where I honestly needed sub-titles. And then he was gone. There is so much wrong with Gigli, you could write a college thesis on the subject. I haven't even touched upon the mentally disabled character. The music. Gigli's boss. I haven't even scratched the surface. But let this be said. As far as bad movies go, this is right up there with the best (worst) of them...
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