{"title":"The Goodbye Girl","dateDebut":"1977","dateEnd":null,"description":"The Goodbye Girl is a bittersweet comedy about relationships and taking chances. Though it deals with the human condition, what most quickly comes to mind are those wickedly comedic scenes featuring Richard Dreyfuss in an Oscar-winning role. He plays a struggling actor with a sharp tongue who has sublet an apartment from single mom Marcia Mason, a divorc\u00ef\u00bf\u00bde with horrific taste in men, who are always running out on her. She is left high and dry once more, stuck sharing her apartment with Dreyfuss when he hasn't the heart to enforce his lease and toss out mother and daughter.\r\nNeil Simon's play shines under the direction of Herbert Ross as these two mismatched people find their contempt changing into mutual admiration. Quinn Cummings is more interesting than most precocious child stars; she seems brighter and her manner is prickly instead of cloying. Watch this film just for the scene in which Dreyfuss plays Richard III in an off-off-Broadway play. He lisps, he limps, he screams. It is the worst theater you will ever see--and thoroughly hilarious.\r\n\r\n\r\n \"The Goodbye Girl\"later evolved into a failed tv show pilot,a Broadway\r\n\r\nmusical and a made for tv movie.\r\n\r\n\r\n Mr.Dreyfuss would earn an Oscar for\"Best Actor\"for his performance\r\n\r\nin this film.","leadImageMedUrl":null}