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A lonely doctor, who once occupied an unusual lakeside house, begins exchanging love letters with its former resident, a frustrated architect.They must try to unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance before it's too late.Thanks to the quality of the writing and the performances, 'Something's Gotta Give' takes its place among the great romantic comedy/dramas like 'Two For the Road,' 'Annie Hall,' 'When Harry Met Sally' and 'The American President.' That's mighty august company indeed.2000 - 2005Sandra Oh and Alexander Payne dated for three years before marrying in 2003.When he so unexpectedly finds his head turned by a vibrant, attractive and intelligent woman in her 50's, Harry, a middle-aged Lothario who finds he needs Viagra to help him keep pace with his youthful 'conquests,' is forced to re-evaluate what has hitherto been the defining philosophy of his personality and lifestyle.Nicholson is magnificent at showing us the profound confusion his character undergoes as he takes those much belated but faltering steps into adult maturity.Keaton plays Erica Barry, a 50-something playwright living on her own in a swanky beach house in the Hamptons.Although she has achieved enormous success in her career, her personal life leaves much to be desired.
As the other half, Keaton, having been handed what is clearly the role of a lifetime, has never seemed so natural and self-assured on screen.It is this combination of strength and vulnerability that makes Erica such a complex, recognizable individual and it is the very quality that Keaton captures so exquisitely in her performance.The chemistry generated between Keaton and Nicholson in this film is so glowing and palpable one wonders why no filmmaker ever saw the potential of this dynamic duo until now.Erica, though brilliant and attractive, has pretty much shut herself off from the dating scene since her divorce a number of years ago.Erica's life runs like a well-oiled machine, with each element both personal and professional - fitted neatly into place, with no room left over for spontaneity or passion.
Payne was the director of Sideways, in which Sandra was on of the stars.