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Review: Natalie Portman sparkles in ‘No Strings attached comedy that is’ romantic

Review: Natalie Portman sparkles in ‘No Strings attached comedy that is’ romantic

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IVAN REITMAN — whose directing job (“Ghostbusters”) is really so long into the enamel which he really possesses son, Jason, directing Oscar-worthy comedies — has their outing that is best in decades with “No Strings connected,” an amusing flip for the “friends with benefits” sex-leads-to-love romantic comedy formula.

It’s a film taking advantage of another gleaming, sexy and emotionally available performance by Natalie Portman, some clever turns in circumstances and witty banter that is not bashful about crossing over into “Hangover”-level raunchy.

Elizabeth Meriwether’s script has that “(500) times of Summer” gimmick, telling this couple’s tale in clumps more than a period that is 15-year. Super-smart Emma met hunky-needy Adam at summer time camp long ago whenever, as well as had a fling that is momentary. A decade later on, they meet once more and pretty, flirty Emma (Portman) invites Adam to “this thing” she's got to attend. It’s her dad’s funeral. But dopey-handsome Adam (Ashton Kutcher, never cast against type) does not hear the “She’s take off from her emotions” warning bells, even though she confesses, “If you’re lucky, you’re never ever planning to see me personally once again.”

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