The 9 Best Jennifer Anniston Movies to Watch!! Although many fans know Jennifer Aniston for her role as “Rachel” in the TV series “Friends”. She has also seen success in the film industry. Here we have compiled and listed the best Jennifer Aniston movies, with songs that feature comedy as well as romantic and other eclectic characters.
Here are must-see Jennifer Aniston movies:
Terrible Bosses (2011):
Aniston gets her hair pulled in this chilling crime comedy series starring Jason Batman, Charlie Day, Colin Farrell, Jason Sudekis and Jamie Foxx. Horrible Boss is a really funny movie and has a great song in it.
However, the best part of the Aniston deal is undoubtedly charm, and it’s something you’ll remember long after you’ve seen it.
Friends With Money (2006):
The plot revolves around Olivia (Jennifer Aniston), a single, perpetually broke young woman who cleans houses to make ends meet. She is part of a group of wealthy friends that includes Franny (Joan Cusack), a homemaker with a large trust fund, Christine (Catherine Keener), and a television writer.
Life of Crime (2013):
Based on Elmore Leonard’s novel The Switch, this iconic comedy about unrelated crime and kidnapping stars Jackie Brown’s Quentin Tarantin.
A couple of bumbling ex-cons, Ordell Robbie and Louis Gara, plan to kidnap Mickey Dawson, a stoic Detroit socialite, in 1978 in order to get rich quick.
Marley and I (2008):
Based on a true story and a best-selling souvenir, Marley & Me saw Aniston and Owen Wilson adopt a yellow Labrador puppy named Marley as their new couple.
Dogs do a lot of bad things, and just like dogs, they bring out the best in their families. This amazing family film was impressive and became the US smoker at the holiday box office.
Co-produced by Judd Apato, Wanderlust stars Aniston and Paul Rudd as a NYC couple in your favorite hippie costume. Their positive chemistry paints a picture.
A New York City couple, George and Linda Gergenblatt, buy a microloft after much hesitation. George is due for a promotion and Linda is working on selling an HBO documentary.
We Are the Millers (2013):
Starring Jason Sudekis, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter, this R-rated road bump cross-country build was hugely popular and popular on local TV and videos.
Let’s be honest: what does everyone remember from We Are the Millers? Aniston has a habit of locking up neat and appropriate books.
The Switch is a 2010 American comic book directed by Speck and Josh Gordon. Formerly titled The Buster, the film, based on the Alan Loeb screenplay, was inspired by Jeffrey Eugenides’ short film Bastar.
It was first published in The New Yorker in 1996. The film stars are Jennifer Aniston, Jason Batman and Thomas Robinson. Patrick Wilson, Juliet Lewis and Jeff Goldblum all played significant roles.
Bounty Hunter :
Bounty Hunter is a 2010 American comedy film directed by Andy Tennant and starring Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler. The story revolves around a hunter who is hired to bring back his ex-wife who escaped bail. The film was released in the United States on March 19, 2010.
Milo Boyd, a former NYPD detective, is now a moneylender. His ex-wife, Nicole Hurley, is an investigative journalist who was arrested for assaulting a police officer.
Nicole received a lead on the story, which may have been that she went to meet with her attorney, who withdrew her bail and asked a judge for her. An arrest warrant was requested. Prior to Nicole’s arrival, Jimmy, her informant, was kidnapped.
End is a 2006 American comedy film directed by Peyton Reed and starring Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston. Written by Jay Lavender and Jeremy Garrell and produced by Universal Pictures.
Gary Grobovsky and Brooke Meyers met during the Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field and began dating, eventually buying a condo together. Gary works with his brothers Lupus and Dennis as guest directors for the family business. Brooke owns an art gallery run by artist Marilyn Dean.
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