Laws of Attraction Reviews

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December 14, 2017
Surely the first law of attraction is that Pierce Brosnan isn't. This is the man who turned James Bond into the kind of guy who owns a juicer.
August 7, 2004
The actors work hard to concoct some chemistry, but it's tough to be Tracy and Hepburn, let alone Doris Day and Rock Hudson, when you're trying to get your mouth around lines that wouldn't pass muster on a UPN sitcom.
August 1, 2004
Watch Hepburn and Tracy in Adam's Rib. It's very something.
May 3, 2004
Terrible, terrible film.
May 1, 2004
Lacklustre mix of dated screwball and Irish whimsy.
April 30, 2004
April 30, 2004
The plot, the dialogue and the main characters' love connection are basically mind-numbing, and even Parker Posey can't save the show.
April 30, 2004
Julianne Moore and Pierce Brosnan create just enough chemistry to carry Laws of Attraction.
April 30, 2004
Julianne Moore's talent is simply too heavy for her to rise above this quicksand comedy.
April 30, 2004
It's not awful, but it feels tired, like it's just another in a long line of cookie-cutter movies about pretty people.
April 30, 2004
I loved watching Brosnan and Moore go at it as New York lawyers Daniel Rafferty and Audrey Woods.
April 30, 2004
A film that is antic and strident instead of witty and shrewd.
April 30, 2004
A by-the-numbers, rehashed romance.
April 30, 2004
Pierce Brosnan is impossibly suave; Julianne Moore is faultlessly lovely. But the heat they generate together couldn't spark a Boy Scout's campfire.
April 30, 2004
More chemistry between the leads would have helped.
April 30, 2004
A handsome reminder that there's a reason they keep making -- and we keep watching -- this sort of movie.
April 30, 2004
Laws plays like a middling episode of Moonlighting, with the focus on the lawyers instead of the private eyes they hire.
April 30, 2004
The film appears to have been assembled by agents with stopwatches on their clients.
April 30, 2004
Disappointingly tepid and lacking in essential chemistry, Laws of Attraction simply never adds up to much.
April 30, 2004
A competently made formula movie.
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