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Two Girls And A Guy

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20th Century Fox Released 1998

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Director:
James Toback
Released:
1998
Rating:
R
Two Girls And A Guy is a 1997 film directed by James Toback which tells the story of two women, Carla (Heather Graham) and Lou (Natasha Gregson Wagner), who meet accidentally in front of a New York City loft awaiting the return of their respective boyfriends. They strike up a conversation as they wait, discussing their committed relationships, and it soon becomes abundantly clear that they are dating the same man, actor Blake Allen (Robert Downey Jr.). Carla and Lou, rightfully angry at their discovery, decide to break into Blake's apartment before he returns from his Los Angeles trip to try to piece together his trail of lies. Blake returns to find them unexpectedly in his loft and attempts to fast talk his way out of the situation and being exposed as a two-timer. The film focuses on these three characters and the triangle that has resulted from Blake's lies and a series of accusations and revelations lead to a surprising conclusion.moreless

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  • 70

    The New York Times Elvis Mitchell

    Robert Downey Jr.'s Blake Allen is enough of a raging dynamo to find the dark humor and desperate romanticism at the heart of Mr. Toback's ego trip of a premise, and to make Blake ...

  • 60

    Los Angeles Times

    A small movie with some big moments and a lot of unfinished business.

  • 60

    Variety Todd McCarthy

    Often a gutsy, intelligent writer, Toback has yet to prove himself decisively as a director, and this, his first fictional effort behind the camera in a decade, shows his talents t...

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    Comedy, Drama

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    Romantic Comedy