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Love Affair' takes such pains to dodge vulgarity it forgets to put anything in its place.
A very romantic, very loyal retelling of the classic love story
Where else can you hear Kate Hepburn say the "F" word?
So sad this is Hepburn's last performance.
A tepid remake.
This is one love affair not worth remembering...tepid and unsure of its slow-witted pacing. It's any wonder that Beatty and Bening didn't hinder their real life relationship with this lovey-dovey tripe
Almost redeemed by its beautiful cinematography and Katharine Hepburns' cameo.
Not as bad as rumored, but go for the 1957 or better yet 1939 version.
Too slow, both leads seem self-conscious.
Love Affair is unapologetically sappy, but its old-school humility provides a lot of its considerable charm.
Adequate remake of An Affair to Remember, pleasant but little else. It doesn't do anything new with the story begging the question, Why bother? Warren Beatty and Annette Bening are talented actors but Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr they are not and for a couple so happily wed offscreen they share minimal chemistry on.
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