Gigli Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 45127

Average Rating: 1.1/4

# of Ratings: 47

Theatrical Release Date: 08/01/2003

Language: English

Genre: Comedy, Crime

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Martin Brest

Actors: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bartha, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino, Missy Crider

Plot: Small-time thug Larry Gigli kidnaps the brother of a district attorney in order to save a mob kingpin from prosecution. But when Gigli's superior doesn't trust him to finish the job, he sends in gorgeous lesbian Ricki to assist.

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Rating of
1/4

worleyjamers - wrote on 06/29/2013

This is a bad movie; often regarded as one of the worst films of all time, but that is an exaggeration. The performances are fine for the most part. The problem with Gigli is that it is weighed down heavily by loads and loads of dialogue and plot...none of it is of any relevance; the plot is incomprehensible and the dialogue and conversations are tedious and overwrought. Also, it thinks its a mobster film that works as a romantic comedy, but in reality its neither. In the end, we get this boring ass film. A bad film, terrible even, but I have seen worse.

Rating of
0.5/4

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 10/27/2011

Such a shame Christopher Walken and Al Pacino were involved in this bust. Everything was just a waste of time, the plot non-existent and acting feels forced. There was no on-screen chemistry from Larry Gigli (Ben Affleck) and Ricki (Jennifer Lopez). Because of its technical incapacity, it deservingly was rewarded by six Razzies: Worst Picture, Worst Actor, Worst Actress, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Screen Couple. You can detect a really bad movie just by watching a few scenes, take Gigli for example.

Rating of
0.5/4

mdtinney - wrote on 11/22/2009

Every time I think Hollywood is incapable of going any lower, along comes something like Gigli. There is nothing likable about this film. Not the protagonists, not the supporting characters, nothing. From the smug, grinning face of Ben Affleck (which made me alternately want to vomit and go on a murderous rampage through my hometown) to Jennifer Lopez, who has by now squandered any credit she gained for her admittedly luminous turns in the Cell and Angel Eyes, to the kid with a learning disablity, who I think is played by Justin Bartha in a poor imitation of Rain Man, there is nothing redeemable about this flick. Skip it at all costs.

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Rating of
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Gigli

lastonetoleave - wrote on 08/27/2015

Gigli (2003) Ben Affleck plays Gigli, a mob hit man who has been hired to kidnap the brother of a district attorney. Jennifer Lopez plays Ricki, a lesbian hit woman who is assigned by the mob to make sure Gigli doesn’t screw up. Affleck and Lopez were a couple in real life when this stinker was made, but there isn’t any evidence on film, as their isn’t an ounce of chemistry between the two. The plot is as dumb as the hit man that Affleck plays, and Lopez keeps claiming to be a lesbian (she tells just about everyone in the film this), but she is about as believable as Christopher Walken is as the detective trying to solve the case. Lopez and Affleck were paid a combined 25 million dollars for this film. I think they should pay us every time we see it. - See more at: …

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Rating of
1/4

"Gigli" by Yojimbo

Yojimbo - wrote on 04/10/2012

And so I finally make it round to the legendary Gigli, a mob so-called "comedy" that sees Ben Affleck as a misogynistic hitman unwillingly paired with intellectual lesbian hitperson Jennifer Lopez to babysit the mentally impaired brother of a federal prosecutor. The reputation of this cinematic trainwreck has completely preceded it and I must admit I approached the film with a combination of dread and morbid curiosity. And what a mess it truly is. Affleck has never been the most charismatic of actors, but in this he is truly DREADFUL! A thoroughly unlikeable cartoon cut-out who goes through the most unbelievably unconvincing cinematic "growing as a person" motions in the company of Lopez, who plays her part like a guest on the Springer show reading pretentious bullshit off cue cards. All …

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