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Nice Guy Johnny
Romance, Comedy
IMDB rating:
Edward Burns
Vanessa Ray as Best Friend
Harper Dill as Maggie
Anna Wood as Claire
Matt Bush as Johnny Rizzo
Kerry Bishé as Brooke
Brian Delate as Frank
Callie Thorne as Roseanne
Max Baker as Max
Jay Patterson as Dr. Meadows
Marsha Dietlein as Nicole
Storyline: Johnny Rizzo, is about to trade his dream job in talk radio for some snooze-ville gig that'll pay enough to please his fiancée. Enter Uncle Terry, a rascally womanizer set on turning a weekend in the Hamptons into an eye-opening fling for his nephew. Nice guy Johnny's not interested, of course, but then he meets the lovely Brooke, who challenges Johnny to make the toughest decision of is life.
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Awful and Boring
I cannot see why people think this movie was so great,I found it annoying boring and a good waste of time maybe because it was so low budgeted of a movie. What I hate about it was that Matt Bush has such an annoying voice and I really haven't like any movies he or Edward Burns have been in and I see there is not that many. The storyline was kinda boring is why I think I hated it,if there was more money for this movie then it may have been a little more exciting,but if you make a cheap movie then your going to get cheap results.

Many actors and actress in this movie I haven't really seen before so I may take a look but not likely.

If you don't like boring movies then do not watch this one.I give this movie 1 out of 10..
Johnny is handsome, sweet, and well, nice
Johnny (Matt Bush) is a nice guy, or a push-over, depending on how you see it. But he's also a pretty good character. Very handsome, sweet, and well, nice; he's a good romantic comedy hero.

It's basically a twenty-something finds himself romantic comedy. It's nothing you haven't seen before, but it is cute, funny and romantic. Matt Bush and Kerry Bishé have great chemistry and their romance is engaging.

Writer, director Edward Burns has both matured and gotten in touch with his younger self. He's no longer playing the main character in his romantic comedies, and here he has adequately written for a guy in his mid-20s. The plot and dialogue are obvious and predictable, but that's not necessarily a bad thing here. If you're looking for a twenty-something finds himself romantic comedy, then "Nice Guy Johnny" is certainly watchable.
Nice,not thrilling,but nice!
I am a member of the "Team Edward" team (not the one you are thinking). I am referring to those that have always thought that Writer-Director Edward Burns is one of the most talented independent movie filmmakers of our generation. I know that "Team Edward" lacks membership; due to the fact that many critics and filmgoers have not been nice guys and girls to Burns by ridiculing his movies of the last decade. However, I still think Burns is tops when it comes to creating relatable characters going through emotional and romantic turmoil, and using the city of New York as an effective backdrop. Burns' screenplays speak the words of what real people say when they go through trials & tribulations with lovers, family, and friends. In his latest flick "Nice Guy Johnny", Burns still contributes the equivalent witty dialogue of his past independent movies, but the film's premise falls a little short on sheer entertainment value. Matt Bush stars as Johnny, an amateurish sports talk radio host in Oakland who is pressured by his nagging fiancé to go to New York to interview for a cardboard company administrative position against his wishes. Johnny's dream is to excel in the sports radio arts even though his fiancée Claire is not too clairvoyant by not supporting him on his career goals. Johnny does not make the cash flow that Claire is insisting on so therefore she literally ships Johnny to New York to interview for the cardboard position that was hooked up by Claire's domineering father. Johnny, who is originally from New York, gets to visit his parents in the Hamptons in his New York visit; and also meets up with his chauvinistic easy-going Uncle Terry. Terry, played by Burns, is the antithesis of Johnny. He is a womanizing, selfish, and manipulative lothario who has plenty of married female sexual partners who he uses to not only fulfill his sexual craving, but to also borrow their cars & homes at his "free-will". Johnny is initially reluctant to hang with Uncle Terry during his New York stay, but eventually decides to join Terry in a drive to the Hamptons. During their Hamptons stop, Terry introduces Johnny to Brooke; the tennis instructor of one of Terry's married female conquests. Brooke's beauty and bohemian ways attracts Johnny to her, even though he is set on his ways on being faithful to Claire. Will Johnny cheat on Claire? Will Brooke break the faithful tide? Is the cardboard job in the cards for Johnny? Well, you got to spend some time with "Nice Guy Johnny" to find that out. The premise of the movie is not too uncommon in film narratives of the romantic-comedy genre: a controlled dude in a relationship pressured by a self-centered female to bring home the bacon or else she will bail. But the premise is not the nice part of "Nice Guy Johnny"; it is Burns' genuine screenplay that plays a nice part to the story. Even though Burns has played the same scheming character in a few of his past flicks, I still think he was very good in his performance as Uncle Terry. Matt Bush overacted at times with his mediocre starring performance as Johnny, and Kerry Bishe was not OK with her monotone mode in her portrayal of Brooke. It is not one of Burns' best, but "Nice Guy Johnny" is nice enough to check out. **** Good
Smaller is Better
All I can say is that I was intrigued by this project for two reasons. The first is that I have admired Ed Burns' work in the past. The second is that I had read about the unorthodox, low key straight to DVD and ON-Demand way this film was being marketed and it intrigued me. It was either a sign that Burns had confidence that positive press and word of mouth would empower this project or a sign that it was a piece of crap. I am happy to report it is the former. The film is is a testament to the power of a well crafted script and good acting. The film stars virtual unknowns. Burns is a secondary player in the film. The story is strong. The characters are likable and the message is subtle but powerful. It is worth the investment of time with this project.
Waste of Time
I'll preface this by saying I have never seen an Edward Burns film, not for any particular reason, I've just never seen one.

After this movie, I doubt I'll bother seeing another.

It wasn't a BAD movie, just poorly cast and rather pointless.

If this was written by the main actor in order to show that he can act and that he's a viable choice for films, then I could see the point of this movie. Otherwise it's a story that's been told a million times before, completely predictable and cliché.

The main actor isn't bad, just poorly cast. He's completely unbelievable as a radio personality or as a romantic lead, he looks and sounds 14.

My other minor gripe is that I don't know who this movie is really for. If it's a romance designed to appeal to women, then the main female lead is either poorly written or poorly directed. She's completely uninterested in the guy until he says he has a fiancée, then she's in full on flirt mode, very unappealing.

So overall, don't waste your time, unless your a huge Ed Burns fan apparently.
Thoughtfully written, Beautifully Played
In one early scene, Nice Guy Johnny says "I'm not really the sleep-on-the-beach kind of guy." His new found friend responds, "You could be." And in those three little words, worlds turn.

It's a beautiful moment in a gorgeous, emotional film. These three words stand for a pretty big idea: Just because you decided at one very early point the 'kind of person' you are, you really don't have to stick with that the rest of your life.

Not only does Kerry Bishé say those words so beautifully, but everything she and Matt Bush have put into their characters leads you on a touching story of hopes repressed, revealed, and let free.

Great writing by Edward Burns brought to glorious life by hard-working actors. Too bad this kind of magic doesn't happen all that often in the movies.
not much except for breezy Kerry Bishé
Johnny Rizzo (Matt Bush) has an overnight radio talk show in Oakland but he had promised his fiancée Claire (Anna Wood) to get a proper job if he can't make $50k by age 25. Claire's father gets him a cardboard warehouse supervisor job interview back on Long Island. His free-wheeling uncle Terry (Edward Burns) argues against this move and tries to set him up with tennis instructor Brooke (Kerry Bishé).

This is a rather lackluster story. Matt Bush is not a terribly charismatic lead. He's acting more like a clueless teenager. Edward Burns delivers a limited indie with his writing, directing and acting. The only truly greatness comes from the enchanting Kerry Bishé. She floats in like a seaside breeze and lifts up the movie whenever she's on the screen. The rest without her is a passable bore.
A Gentle Gem of a Film
NICE GUY JOHNNY is another offbeat, casual story written and directed by the inimitable Edward Burns. It boasts a good story, some very fine actors, and carries a message that we all too often forget. This is that polished little gem of a film that surprises the viewer with its quiet manner and message.

Johnny Rizzo (Matt Bush, a VERY promising your actor) spends his nights as a radio sports talk show host, a career he loves but one that his fiancée Claire (Anna Wood) feels is not a money maker and has made Johnny promise that if by age 25 he does not make at least $50,000. a year, he must go to work in a cardboard factory. That time has come and Johnny reluctantly prepares for his interview for the 'new job'. Johnny is nice, loves, Claire, but is frustrated at the promise he's made. Enter Johnny's philandering Uncle Terry (Ed Burns) who wants Johnny to stay with his dream of being a radio host and in order to try to dissuade the ardently faithful Johnny, Uncle Terry invites him for a weekend at the Hamptons. There Terry, unknown to Johnny, uses the home of one of his married 'regulars' and encourages Johnny to have a last fling before his upcoming marriage and before he goes for an interview for the cardboard job. Johnny is nice and respectful and will not jeopardize his relationship with Claire. But he meets a tennis pro Brooke (Kerry Bishé) and soon finds himself in an innocent but apparently compromising position with Brooke: Brooke respects Johnny's engagement status but finds him different and more real and honest than most men and tries her best to win him over. But Johnny rides the waves of discontent his night away form Claire cause, and at Terry's insistence and Brooke's influence makes a decision that changes his life.

The script is sharp, tightly written, and the acting by everyone in the small cast is first rate. Matt Bush is a very fine new actor who is able to stand his own with the pro Edward Burns very well. By the end of the film nice guy Johnny has completely won our hearts - and makes us wish we had the thoughtful courage of this lad to alter our own lives. Very fine film.

Grady Harp
I found this movie refreshing and hilarious. At first, I was put off by the amount of profanity and sexual innuendo, but all the characters grew on me. I thought it was an excellent script, filled with unexpected moments and unique characters. What's most refreshing is knowing that most of these actors were fairly new to the acting industry. I loved the English care taker. He was funny-looking and a great character to throw into the mix and to reveal a lot of secrets. Matt Bush is charming and Kerry Bishe brings a whole new meaning to natural beauty. Anna Wood is reminiscent of Juliette Lewis in one her less crazy moments, although she has her own outburst.
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