Jack nicholson and diane keaton dating
Harry: Turns out the heartattack was easy to get over. Doc, the woman wears turtlenecks in the middle of summer: she's *beyond* uptight. To complicate matters, when Marin stops in at Mom's late one night, she detects that 'there's more cooking in that kitchen than pancakes' after interrupting Erica and Harry preparing a late night snack in their pj's.Marin gracefully backs out and soon Harry is testing his ticker, sans Viagra no less, in Erica's bedroom, but although the commitment-phobe knows his heart has been touched, Harry's habits are too ingrained and he retreats back into his old lifestyle."Something's Gotta Give" is head and shoulders better than Meyer's last film (which she did not write), but that is largely due to her terrific ensemble cast.The churning of this romantic comedy's gears becomes more and more apparent as the story progresses.Of course, Jack is being Jack - his concession to character is to rein in his eyebrow waggling - but he does manage to put across the impression of a changed man.Diane Keaton, on the other hand, flies with this role.
When In Style magazine recently asked the "Annie Hall" star whether men ask her out, her response was to laughingly say, "Never. But in recent years Keaton said she's only had men as friends. "I haven't been on a date in, I would say, 35 years. Harry Sanborn (Jack Nicholson) is a sixty-three year old bachelor famed for dating women less than half his age.Meyer embellishes her script with paeans to aging domesticity like the reading glasses which get switched between Erica and Harry and the need to consider blood pressure levels before canoodling, but she unfortunately bungles genre conventions.While the pairing of Keaton and Reeves is certainly intriguing, Meyer gives Mercer little respect, using the character as an obvious romantic obstacle (particularly mercilessly in the film's climax).