Love Is In The Air (2014)
On a flight from New York to Paris, Julie and Antoine are seated side-by-side for the first time since their break-up and relive the lows and highs of their past.
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Critic Reviews for Love Is In The Air
Not exactly arthouse, but as subtitled fluff goes, we're talking première classe.
For the most part, Julie and Antoine's six-hour trip feels as tedious as if it had been rerouted and taken days instead.
With a snappy score made up of American standards and tons of Gallic spice, "Love" wins us over.
What raises it a notch above the typical slick Hollywood romances are its stars, Ludivine Sagnier and Nicolas Bedos.
The film all but begs for a remake starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler.
There's a charm to this title, in spite of the fact it's an immensely cliched, predictable romance flick that is heavily flawed to say the least.
It's all put across with gusto, but also a fair bit of slightly wince-making cliche, stereotyping and broad comedy. Sagnier deservesa classier vehicle than this.
A delectable piece of French Valentine's Day fluff with charming turns from Ludivine Sagnier and Nicolas Bedos.
Love is in the Air is a likeable and uplifting romantic comedy with charming and convincing performances at its heart, but the central story is somewhat predictable and rather implausible.
It's hardly Working Title-slick, but Sagnier is appealing in her first real romantic role and there's Gallic charm galore.
A slick, fluffy French confection that slides down as easily as an extra helping of tarte tatin accompanied by a dollop of creme chantilly.
A cinematic approximation of lives less ordinary -- it has vivacity and enough authenticity to make us believe its sweet fabrications.
Leave Love Is In The Air for the in-flight time-killing moments when you just want to watch something easy and breezy.
Feels as if it could have come straight out of a Hollywood studio, rather than the land of wine, cheese and romance.
By the time the end credits start to roll, you're comfortably satisfied, but never full...
A sugared ending doesn't dissolve the rest of the effort, which is appealing enough to remain patient with, even when it mistakes sabotage for sincerity.
If the story contains many of the well-worn conventions of the genre - and it does - it at least assembles them with a modicum of wit, along with some terrific performances that sell the material. The movie turns out to be breezy and fun.
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