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Friends with Benefits adds nothing new to its well-worn rom-com formula, but the chemistry between Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis is almost enough to carry the movie by itself.
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Anyone who has ever seen a romantic comedy before knows where this one is going.
Really: no benefits to watching this.
The chemistry between Kunis and her co-star Justin Timberlake is electric.
It's not in the Hepburn-Tracy league but it is way smarter than most entries in this field.
Perfect date movie material.
It's one of those rare made-in-Hollywood couplings that transcends the ordinary stuff of movies, like plot and sense and credibility.
Friends With Benefits told me one of the best lies ever. I smiled so hard, for so long, I had to ice my face when I got home.
These types of movies are going to keep coming out and there's just nothing we can do do about it.
Aside from boasting an impressive catalog of Sony products, "Friends With Benefits" has little else on offer.
A sexy, funny and very familiar picture carried by an effervescent atmosphere and some phenomenal chemistry between these two stars.
An abominable beast of a film.
A smart romantic comedy that both mocks and features romantic clichés.
All of the clichés you'd expect in a romcom, but roughly covered over with a patina of snappy patter to make it seem as if the whole concoction is a fresh thing. The chemistry between the leads add mucho spice too.
Guess it works well if you're in a mood for something light. Although the characters pretend to be anti-cliche, the movie gradually turns out to be an ordinary rom-com with a reasonable dose of cliches (thankfully, I was in a mood of overlooking them).
Although it is obvious where this film is going from the first scene they have together, it has its funnier moments. I think Woody Harrelson was the best of the supporting actors in his role as the gay sports writer.
Funny rom com. Two different people get dumped and they make a deal to become friends with benefits. But the inevitable happens they get emotionally closer. Justin and Mila are hot. They make a cute couple.
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