I Love Trouble Reviews

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June 17, 2014
No one expects movies like this one, set as it is in the largely mythological world of fiercely competitive daily newspapering, to be realistic. But neither should they be as flaccid and unconvincing as what we are presented with here.
June 17, 2014
Generic as its title, I Love Trouble is like a Xerox of a copy of a facsimile.
June 17, 2014
Again and again, the I Love Trouble script takes us deeper and deeper into the machinations of a high-tech company when what we want to see is Nolte and Roberts outfox each other.
June 17, 2014
Is there chemistry between Roberts and Nolte? Not really. This by-the-numbers production is more like math than chemistry.
June 17, 2014
It's like the worst possible Newman-Redford vehicle: the script reduces the stars to twinkling mannequins, and their chemistry barely rises to the buddy-buddy level.
June 17, 2014
The lack of chemistry onscreen allows the paper-thin premise to collapse in on itself, and there's very little else left to salvage.
June 17, 2014
Roberts and Nolte seem to go together like oil and water, and the convoluted conspiracy-crime plot keeps them a lot more occupied than us.
June 17, 2014
The running badinage of Roberts and Nolte lacks the tartness and bite that made those classic couplings and the old screwballs crackle with contentious wit.
June 17, 2014
Julia Roberts is the oddest of star commodities in Hollywood: a Lamborghini that few people know how to drive.
June 17, 2014
Straight out of the His Girl Friday school of newspaper romances, Trouble is anemically formulaic and completely uninspired.
June 17, 2014
Not even Roberts' trademark luminescence can save this one.
June 17, 2014
Slick camera work and strong chemistry between the stars are almost enough to save the picture from terminal triteness, but not quite.
March 26, 2009
The goings-on seem lacking in wit and inspiration, tolerably entertaining but far from effervescent.
May 7, 2007
October 24, 2006
Age difference and lack of chemistry between Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts are just two of many problems that mar this pale imitation (really pastiche) of 40s screwball comedies by Howard Hawks and George Cukor.
June 24, 2006
It's smug and glossy, sparkling as tap water, and -- when it finally decides it's a suspense picture - tense as an arthritic earthworm.
May 8, 2005
November 19, 2004
June 13, 2004
January 11, 2004
Neither terribly funny nor convincingly romantic
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