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Stone and Samberg would have the opportunity to reconnect a few years later with her cameo in , analyzing morality, guilt, and the absence of God in the midst of a murder plot.Stone’s role is crucial — she comes to understand just how troubled and dangerous her teacher is, and must take action — but the actress doesn’t bring enough gravitas to this drama.We’ve seen her play straight comedy parts, wacky supporting roles and femme fatales.But it is obvious that ten years in, she is just getting started.Her effervescence gets reduced to blandness in Allen’s movies, which ultimately feels more like his issue than hers.
Of her three collaborations with Gosling, this one is easily the worst.
Garfield and Stone were dating in real life during the film, and it’s telling that the movie essentially stops every time they start talking to each other: They’re incredibly charming.
Unfortunately, the comic-book gods must be fed, and thus, the lousiness of the rest of the movie and the end of a franchise flirtation that, all told, Stone is probably pleased to be rid of. (2009)Stone plays the actual ghost-girlfriend of the title — a character named Allison who visits Matthew Mc Conaughey’s slick bachelor and shows him the error of his ways with the women in his past.
She has crazy wigged-out hair and braces, but she’s also quick and goofy in a way that Mc Conaughey isn’t: This was right before the Mc Conaissance, back when he was still mailing in stuff like this. When the movie is looking for a final joke beat at the end, it goes back to her, the one person who consistently provided them.
is so stupid-funny-sweet that it’s impossible to resist.