Two Weeks Notice Reviews

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January 3, 2019
It is not so bad as to make you dash for the door. But you would not have missed much if you never entered the hall at all.
December 29, 2010
Predictable romantic comedy.
October 29, 2008
February 9, 2006
Structurally, the film's off-kilter. The start of the relationship is rushed through, while the supposedly crucial notice period feels increasingly directionless. Which leaves the comic strand - and that, by and large, delivers.
August 31, 2003
Much of the reason for the film's success is down to the pairing of Grant and Bullock, and it's easy to see how the film could have been a leaden disaster in the hands of blander actors.
May 3, 2003
March 25, 2003
The spark isn't there and the souffl doesn't rise.
March 10, 2003
So much promise, so little follow-through.
March 7, 2003
They may not be history's most predictable pairing but Bullock and Grant turn out to be a natural fit, in an Odd Couple kind of way.
January 16, 2003
This is the kind of movie where the big scene is a man shot out of a cannon into a vat of ice cream.
January 16, 2003
According to the script, Grant and Bullock's characters are made for each other. But you'd never guess that from the performances.
January 8, 2003
Instead of using George and Lucy's most obvious differences to ignite sparks, Lawrence desperately looks elsewhere, seizing on George's haplessness and Lucy's personality tics.
December 25, 2002
The film's essentially over by the meet-cute.
December 23, 2002
December 23, 2002
This thing works on no level whatsoever for me.
December 20, 2002
A pleasant romantic comedy.
December 20, 2002
I hated every minute of it.
December 20, 2002
A tepid romantic comedy that strains not only credulity but patience.
December 20, 2002
Even more than last week's Maid in Manhattan, this week's New York comedy is saved from strain by actors it's tough not to like.
December 20, 2002
Two Weeks Notice? Two minutes would be plenty, thanks.
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