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only one new film in wide release this weekend. cnn film critic paul chambers has a review of "no strings attached."
natalie portman and ashton kutcher are a couple, but not in the traditional sense. in "no strings attached" they agree to have sex and nothing more.
it's obvious kutcher's character wants more out of the relationship. and, it becomes apparent almost from the start how this whole thing is going to end. a lightweight romantic comedy has no place else to go and almost everyone that sees it will know it. ivan reitman handles the directing chores with his usual mainstream skills, and it's pleasant enough as both of the principals get abundant comedic advice from their circle of friends. but, ultimately...."no strings attached" is completely forgettable. c-minus. paul chambers, cnn.