• Publication date: August 28, 2011

My Super Ex-Girlfriend My Super Ex-Girlfriend

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My Super Ex-Girlfriend brings audiences an original, romantic and comedic take on the ...

My Super Ex-Girlfriend brings audiences an original, romantic and comedic take on the superhero genre and stars Uma Thurman as the butt kicking hero and Luke Wilson as the unfortunate man to have scorned the powerful lady. Thurman plays Jenny Johnson, a seemingly ordinary, but very attractive woman who could be easily mistaken for a librarian. Wilson plays Matt Saunders who randomly meets Jenny on the subway and with the encouragement of his best friend Vaughn asks her out on a date. Jenny declines at first but when Matt rescues her from a purse-snatcher she has a change of heart. Their first date is awkward as Jenny mysteriously and repeatedly leaves the dinner table to visit the ladies room. Unbeknownst to Matt, however, she is saving the city from disaster and thwarting the evil efforts of arch nemesis Professor Bedlam (Eddie Izzard). Despite his date’s strange demeanor, Matt continues seeing her, and the relationship soon begins to blossom. As the relationship grows more serious Jenny must inevitably reveal her true identity: she is G-Girl, the city’s famed female superhero. Matt receives a taste of what making love with a supernatural crime fighter entails, as she injures him during their first night in bed. But what Matt hasn’t told Jenny is that he still yearns for his true love, Hannah Lewis (Anna Faris), his attractive coworker. Once he discovers that the interest is mutual he tries to dump G-Girl, who is naturally very upset to say the least. Determined to keep Matt for herself she soon begins terrorizing him and Hannah. Zany antics ensue as sharks are thrown into the couple’s room and cars are tossed into orbit. Clearly this is not your ordinary breakup. “My Super Ex-Girlfriend” was nominated for an MTV Movie Award. The movie is rated PG-13 due to sexual content, crude humor, language and brief nudity.