A Business Affair Reviews

  • Apr 23, 2011

    Torn between two assholes... everyone is a loser in this film. No one turns out to be a decent human being and "romantic comedy" is a complete misnomer. It's neither romantic nor terribly funny and manages only meandering disappointment. Woman leaves jerk for someone better, becomes independent person again, someone better suddenly becomes jerk 2.0, woman takes back original jerk. No one learns from any of this. Why?

    Torn between two assholes... everyone is a loser in this film. No one turns out to be a decent human being and "romantic comedy" is a complete misnomer. It's neither romantic nor terribly funny and manages only meandering disappointment. Woman leaves jerk for someone better, becomes independent person again, someone better suddenly becomes jerk 2.0, woman takes back original jerk. No one learns from any of this. Why?

  • Feb 24, 2008

    It had everything in it to make a great movie--literary characters, the lovely Carole Bouquet, a London setting (Soho yet!), and Chris Walken saying, 'Hello, dahlings!' But it just didn't take off. I'm giving it 3 stars because of Walken's tango. And the way he wears a suit.

    It had everything in it to make a great movie--literary characters, the lovely Carole Bouquet, a London setting (Soho yet!), and Chris Walken saying, 'Hello, dahlings!' But it just didn't take off. I'm giving it 3 stars because of Walken's tango. And the way he wears a suit.