Based on an Exit Polling of 235 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||26||About 50/50||88%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||63||High||98%|
|30+||Adults (M)||28||Fairly High||92%|
Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.
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|Most of the opinions are towards the high end of the scale, but they aren't exceptionally high. Females enjoyed it slightly more than males. Unfortunately, there are quite a few opinions of "Good" and below, which, from our experience, is somewhat low. Fortunately, the vast majority of moviegoers would recommend it to friends, which says a lot. My recommendation would be to read the moviegoer comments before deciding if this movie is worth your time. Bounce contains several sad scenes, so ladies, have some tissues ready.|
As a partner in LA's hippest advertising
agency, Buddy Amaral (BEN AFFLECK) makes things happen. Fearlessly confident and
wildly charming, his clients love him, and thanks to his killer good looks, so
does every woman he meets. Life smiles on Buddy... that is until the December
night he's stranded in a major snowstorm at Chicago's O'Hare airport.|
There, Buddy meets Greg Janello (TONY GOLDWYN), who is trying to make it home in
time to celebrate Christmas with his family, and beautiful business woman Mimi
Praeger (NATASHA HENSTRIDGE). When Buddy's connections get him a seat on the
only flight out that night, he's faced with the choice of either getting on the
plane or enjoying a one-night tryst in the windy city. Buddy picks the sexier
option and generously offers Greg his seat.
But the next morning, Buddy learns that the plane he should have been on has
crashed, and for the first time in his life the guy with all the answers is at a
Compelled to make things right, Buddy sets out to find the wife (GWYNETH
PALTROW) of the man who took his seat. It's a bold move that will change the
lives of two people who never in a million years would have met, in very
surprising, unpredictable and ultimately unforgettable ways.
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