The Goodbye Girl

2004 [GERMAN]


Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 45%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 1184


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April 19, 2021 at 06:13 AM


Kevin Durand as Earl
Jeff Daniels as Elliot Garfield
Alan Cumming as Mark
Patricia Heaton as Paula McFadden
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946.14 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 0 / 1
1.71 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 1 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by megsmassage 7 / 10

a good sweatpants/ice-cream movie

It was a made for TV movie, for goodness sake. If I were home alone on a Saturday night, I would really enjoy this movie--what is wrong with a movie simply being entertaining? I haven't seen the original, so maybe that is why you all hate it so much, but as for simple acting jobs, I thought that the little girl has actually really improved her acting skills and was nice and natural, with good comic timing. And Daniels was quite charming. I wasn't as crazy about P.Heaton as I normally am, but I think that that was a product of the way her character was written. And I was glad to see Alan Cumming do something light, too. Anyway, in general, it was enjoyable, and I would recommend it for a no fuss night.

Reviewed by connmoore 7 / 10

Mildly enjoyable fluff...but why make it?

It is almost impossible to watch this movie, without comparing it to the 1970's movie. Jeff Daniels does a servicable job in this role, but to my eyes he seems miscast. He is just not desperate or manic enough in this part. Patricia Heaton is actually an upgrade over Marcia Mason in the female lead.

This is just an odd film to remake. The original was not exactly out of date. They did not make any big changes in this version, except very minor mentions of more current events. If you are bored, the source material this comes from is still pretty good. However if you really enjoy this movie, take the time to rent the 1977 version. I promise you will appreciate it being better.

Reviewed by boblipton 5 / 10

Another Pointless Remake

This perfectly serviceable remake of the 1977 picture raises the question as do so many remakes, of why this was remade. The scene is changed from the Upper West Side to West Greenwich village, but other than that, it looks like the leads worked on their characterizations by looking at the earlier film -- and the originals do it ever so slightly better.

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