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Best & Worst: Friends Movies
The Good Girl (2002) 
The Friend: Jennifer Aniston
The Movie: Aniston makes good by pairing up with  influential indie director Miguel Arteta - and in an instant we’ve  forgotten all about the romcom fluff she’s been pedalling since the mid  ‘90s. Barely cracking a smile, her ‘Rachel hair’ is scraped back into  unforgiving ponytails as Aniston breathes snarky misery into supermarket  worker Justine. Married to the doltish Phil (John C Reilly), Justine’s bored. Bored at  home. Bored at work. Then she meets passionate young checkout boy Holden  (Jake Gyllenhaal), and trips into a fiery affair. Easily Aniston’s most accomplished screen performance, Good Girl finds  the actress being bold and daring for the first time. Outside of her  comfort zone, she’s electric as Justine – frumpy, miserable and  borderline unlikeable. Ironically, it makes us like Aniston all the  more…

Best & Worst: Friends Movies

The Good Girl (2002)

The Friend: Jennifer Aniston

The Movie: Aniston makes good by pairing up with influential indie director Miguel Arteta - and in an instant we’ve forgotten all about the romcom fluff she’s been pedalling since the mid ‘90s. Barely cracking a smile, her ‘Rachel hair’ is scraped back into unforgiving ponytails as Aniston breathes snarky misery into supermarket worker Justine.

Married to the doltish Phil (John C Reilly), Justine’s bored. Bored at home. Bored at work. Then she meets passionate young checkout boy Holden (Jake Gyllenhaal), and trips into a fiery affair.

Easily Aniston’s most accomplished screen performance, Good Girl finds the actress being bold and daring for the first time. Outside of her comfort zone, she’s electric as Justine – frumpy, miserable and borderline unlikeable. Ironically, it makes us like Aniston all the more…