Mr. Wrong Soundtrack

Of course, we all know now why Ellen DeGeneres can't find Mr. Right, though she was much less forthcoming when she made this limp comedy in 1996. At that point, while riding the middling success of her TV series, it probably seemed like a good career move to make this increasingly desperate film. She plays Martha, a TV producer in her 30s who is under pressure from both her parents and friends to find the right guy. Then, by accident, she stumbles across Whitman (Bill Pullman), who seems like the ultimate dreamboat: handsome, sensitive, and thoughtful. But his flaws become quickly apparent, and when she tries to break it off, he becomes a stalker. DeGeneres has some funny material early on, then must settle for reacting to Pullman's bizarre behavior. Pullman often is funnier than his costar but neither of them is particularly well served by the cobbled-together script and the generic direction of Nick Castle. --Marshall Fine

Director: Nick Castle
Stars: Ellen DeGeneres, Bill Pullman, Joan Cusack, Dean Stockwell, Joan Plowright
PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
1The Things We Do For Love3:23
2Nothin' On Me3:57
3Since I Laid Eyes On You4:11
4Strenuous Acquaintances5:23
5I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry2:35
6Crazy Little Thing Called Love2:44
7Love Stinks3:31
8I Gotcha3:42
9Song For The Dumped3:32
10It's Not Unusual5:15

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