A Guy Thing

Theatrical Release: January 17, 2003
A Guy Thing
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Synopsis

In this romantic comedy, Paul (Jason Lee) is a young businessman engaged to Karen (Selma Blair) and employed to her wealthy father (James Brolin). The morning after his bachelor party, Paul wakes up to find the attractive and naked Becky (Julia Stiles), who happens to be Karen’s cousin, next to him in bed. In an attempt to cover up this mysterious meeting, Paul lies to Karen, which spawns exaggerations, fabrications, deceptions and misunderstandings. Through a chain of hilarious events, Paul must make one of the biggest decisions of his life. The turn of events in his life leads to a startling and comical end.

Dove Review

The film makes a statement about the benefits of telling the truth over deception; Paul makes a moral decision based on the truth while facing his fears. However, the film contains obscenities, profanity, sexual innuendo, crude humor and some nudity.

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Info

Company: MGM/UA
Writer: Greg Glienna
Director: Chris Koch
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Troy Dandrea