Management Synopsis
A smitten motel manager (Steve Zahn) pursues a beautiful saleswoman (Jennifer Aniston) following their unexpected, but life-changing, tryst.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
Aniston and Zahn are sweet together - their respective characters have built up psychic armor to keep the outside world at bay, and each...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Management works as a sweet rom-com with some fairly big laughs.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn? Who thought that would be a good match? So it's to everyone's ­credit that by the time the ­movie is over,...
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63

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
It's a sweetly strange yet uneven comedy, with a charming lead performance by Steve Zahn offset by a lackluster one from Jennifer Aniston.
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The Hollywood Reporter

Ultimately delivers the goods, even if the goods aren't very fresh.
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50

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Playwright Stephen Belber (Match), in his directing debut, comes close to the sweet spot. He's not there yet. But he'll be worth watching...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Painless and predictable, with an amusing if overwrought featured performance by Woody Harrelson.
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Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
A sentimental -- and modestly enjoyable -- fantasy of mutual need.
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38

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Sometimes a cute-stalker movie can win the audience's heart. Management only makes you ponder the line between true love and a restraining...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Isn't it time Steve Zahn grew up? Ever since the '90s, this walking quirk of an actor has pushed his dazed solipsistic zaniness (he's like...
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OMG - Sounded good

By Chazdad
A movie about a loser stalking a girl because she didn't have the heart to turn him away. What a total waste of time. Woody did well with his part what there was of it. Jennifer did well with a loser...

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By Icemall
Cute little movie. makes you care about the characters. and...

A Quirky and Romantic Comedy

By sunbro
I took my girlfriend to this film and we found it surprising as love in real life is. Just when you think that Jennifer Aniston's sales character will "put her foot down" as far as Steve Zahn's...

A surprise, feel-good movie...

By pomspringz
I was slow to warm up to this film, but by the end it has you hooked and stays with you for a long time. Steve Zahn is excellent and infinitely watchable -- a remarkable performance by Fred Ward as...

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By RD-NJ
Both my wife and I liked this a lot.Not an action film or a knee-slapping comedy, this film is about how people get stuck in a rut and how they get "unstuck". I have never been a fan of Jennifer...

Yike! What was Jennifer Aniston thinking?

By bebe1978
I guess I'm surprised that she would both produce and star in a film like this. Yowza! That bad! At one point I feel asleep and another I actually wanted to get up and walk out. There just seemed...

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By ScooterPie1952
If you enjoy quirky comedies and/or love interest films, you will love this. Very similar to Little Miss Sunshine or Sunshine Cleaners. Steve Zahn and Jennifer Aniston quietly become characters you...

Chick flick for guys

By Splendor33
A chick flick with kick - men will appreciate this comedy. Not slapstick, but real-life situations you can sink your teeth into with out being over the top heavy. Really good pairing - Aniston and...

sweet little comedy

By jkustes
sweet little comedy...

pleasantly complex

By ozthecat
Aniston and Zahn have a great chemistry. The film is savory, unexpected and pleasant. Much more depth than a typical "romantic comedy" - in fact, I wouldn't call it a romantic comedy, but fun and...

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Rated R | For language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 16+ So-so romcom about unlikely couple isn't too racy for teens.
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