Edward Zwick doesn't so much make movies and TV shows as he stuffs them, after the fashion of someone stuffing a sofa, or a turkey. Co-creator of the generationally flavored TV series "thirtysomething" and "Once and Again," and director of "Glory," "Legends of the Fall," "The Last Samurai" and a half-dozen other features, Zwick is an unabashed maximalist who tries to pack in more melodrama, more dialogue, more gags and more hit-you-over-the-head message delivery per minute than anyone else in Hollywood. See one Zwick movie and, for better or worse, you'll feel like you've seen three. Even if we start with the premise that Zwick is the leading figure in the unfashionable but not-quite-defeated Dickensian media tradition that includes James L. Brooks and Oliver Stone, his new movie "Love and Other Drugs" is quite a mishmash of competing flavors.
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My guest, Anne Hathaway, is best known for her roles in "The Devil Wears Prada," as Meryl Streep's assistant at a fashion magazine; "Rachel Getting Married," as a young woman who gets out rehab for a few days to attend her sister's wedding; "Brokeback Mountain," in which she played Jake Gyllenhaal's wife, who doesn't realize her husband is in love with a man; and "The Princess Diaries," in which she played a teenager who finds out she's a princess. Gyllenhaal plays a pharmaceutical company rep who tries to get samples to doctors to encourage them to prescribe those drugs. He meets Hathaway in a doctor's office, where she's seeking a prescription refill. She has Stage 1 Parkinson's. They're attracted to each other, but he's a real ladies' man who doesn't want a committed relationship, and she's afraid to have a relationship because of the medical burden it would eventually place on her partner.
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Like it fell into a hole. Furthermore, Los Angeles-based entertainment correspondent and industry expert, Gayl Murphy, concurred that the Oscars was a huge disappointment. Someone should have told them they also needed to hire writers. Good ones, with live TV experience that can maybe write a joke or two.