A guy and girl try to keep their relationship strictly physical, but it’s not long before they learn that they want something more.
Ivan Reitman, as a producer and director, has created many of American cinema’s most successful and best loved feature film comedies and has worked with Hollywood’s acting elite. Reitman has produced such hits as the ground-breaking sensation National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978), which introduced John Belushi to American filmgoers, and the family features Beethoven (1992) and Beethoven’s 2nd (1993). His directing credits include Meatballs (1979), Stripes (1981) and Ghost Busters (1984), films starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis; Dave (1993), which starred Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver, Junior (1994) which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Emma Thompson. Reitman also produced the HBO telefilm The Late Shift (1996) (TV), based on Bill Carter’s non-fiction book about the late-night television wars which received seven Emmy nominations. Other recent producing endeavors include Commandments (1997), starring Aidan Quinn and Courteney Cox, Private Parts (1997… read more
Can't I ask for an easy movie night at my place? Just to enjoy some kettle popcorn and a meaningless smile after a simple movie? I have to thank this movie for giving me just that. Nothing challenging or different about the script, lead actors being gorgeous, lead actresses being beautiful without any expectation for a big performance and of course strong supporting actors/actresses to spice things up. Treat yourself
Even though Natalie Portman gives a solid performance, this movie is sloppy and painfully predictable.
Despite being anchored by a solid performance from Natalie Portman, this movie is too unbalanced to work out. Ashton Kutcher proves once again his inability to take on more mature roles than those he had early in his career and the script is way too déjà vu to be even the slightest bit convincing. None of the characters feel remotely human and neither do the dialogues, making No Strings Attached a film to forget.
I hate this movie with every fiber of my being. If I don't sell a screenplay by the time I'm 40 I'm just going to steal a copy of this movie from the bargain bin at Walgreens, break it in half and then use one side to cut my dick off and the other side to cut my throat from ear to ear. Fuck everything about this movie.