Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Despite a horrible track record, the woman still gets work.
I can't figure it out. Pretty. Talented. Yet, no one goes out of their way to view her films. Does she choose bad projects? Likely.
Even a blind hog finds an acorn once in a while. Aniston has yet to find that elusive nut. Her biggest hit, in recent memory, was "Marley & Me," and a dog was the real star of that one.
It has to come down to this-- Jennifer Aniston has a killer agent, one who scores her big movie roles and great paychecks, even though the viewing public cares little about what she does.
I don't begrudge Jennifer Aniston one bit. In fact, I'm a big fan. Anyone who keeps hitting financial home runs while striking out at the box office is okay by me.
I never watched "Friends." To me, it was just a half hour of a bunch of people and their incessant whining-- just like "Seinfeld," another series I religiously avoided and detested.
Jen, I'm looking forward to your next big thing, and I hope it's a big success.
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