Watch the trailer. Title: Something's Gotta Give Harry Sanborn is an aged music industry exec with a fondness for younger women like Marin, his latest trophy girlfriend.
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Who's talking here? Jack Nicholson , or the character he plays in "Something's Gotta Give"? Maybe it doesn't make any difference. After playing an older man entirely unlike himself in " About Schmidt ," Nicholson here quite frankly and cheerfully plays a version of the public Jack, the guy who always seems to be grinning like he got away with something. This has inspired scoldings from the filmcrit police "This is Jack playing 'Jack'," says Variety , but who would you rather have playing him? Nicholson's quasi-autobiographical role is one of the pleasures of the film. Nicholson's character, named Harry Sanborn, is a rich music executive who is currently dating the nubile young Marin Barry Amanda Peet. She takes him for a weekend to her mother's home in the Hamptons -- where, horrors, he is found raiding the refrigerator in the middle of the night by her mother Erica Diane Keaton and Aunt Zoe Frances McDormand. Erica is a famous playwright, too worldly to object to her grown daughter's taste in men, and the four spend the weekend together. We learn that Harry and Marin have not yet actually had sex, and alas, as they circle for a landing, Harry is seized with chest pains and rushed to the hospital.
Something's Gotta Give is a American romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Nancy Meyers. It stars Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton as a successful something and something, who find love for each other in later life, despite being complete opposites. This was Nicholson and Keaton's second film together since 's Reds. Harry Sanborn is a wealthy New York music mogul who has had a year habit of dating women under 30, including his latest conquest, Marin Klein. The two drive to her mother's Hamptons beach house expecting to be alone, but are surprised by Marin's mother, the successful playwright Erica Barry, who is there with her sister Zoe. After an awkward dinner, the night turns disastrous when — during foreplay with Marin — Harry has a heart attack and is rushed to a hospital. The doctor, Julian Mercer, tells Harry to stay nearby for a few days, so Harry ends up staying with Erica. Their personalities clash and create awkward living arrangements — until they get to know each other.