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Patrice Leconte's "Monsieur Hire" is a tragedy about loneliness and erotomania, told about two solitary people who have nothing else in common. Opposites attract, it's true, but the problem with the two divorce lawyers in "Laws of Attraction" is that they're not opposites.
The two attractive people are Daniel Rafferty (Pierce Brosnan) and Audrey Woods (Julianne Moore). Watch Laws of Attraction movie online for free, Download Laws of Attraction full length movie. Two divorce lawyers have to contend with the fact that whilst a couple they are also rivals in the courtroom. This all leads to them representing either side in a divorce between rocker Thorne Jamison (Michael Sheen - Bright Young Things) and Serena (Parker Posey) with each of them wanting the castle in Ireland and yes that means we have Audrey and Daniel in Ireland. Anna Walker (Elisabeth Rohm) comes around in hospital and is informed by the doctors that she is suffering complete amnesia which is incredibly rare. Returning home after World War II, Noah (Chris Klein) finds that home has gone as his parents passed away, his brother is in prison and the family farm has been sold. As head chef of a Manhattan restaurant Kate (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is strict and tough and in control. When her husband is killed the finger of suspicion points firmly at Cassidy Miller (Joely Fisher) and everyone from her daughter Lucy (Tabitha Morella) to reporter Nora Grant (Denise Richards) believes Cassidy is guilty. Shortly after moving back to the home where her husband Jack (Todd Allen) was raised, Claire Bannion (Valerie Bertinelli) is hit by tragedy when Jack dies in a fishing accident, which she gets glimpses of due to her psychic abilities. On the way back from her mother-in-law's funeral, reporter Daria Valdez Morrow (Barbie Castro) is involved in a car crash caused by her arguing with her husband Sam (Casper Van Dien) who was driving. Father Joseph McIntyre (John Lund) has never served aboard a destroyer but that is what he is about to do having been sent to serve aboard a destroyer heading into battle with the Japanese fleet. Having been kicked off the force months earlier when then detective Joan Mueller (Veena Sood) accused her of corruption, Sarah Winters (Sarah Carter) turned to writing and is now promoting her first book "Justice in Limbo".

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That quick summary makes "Laws of Attraction" sound a bit similar to Spencer Tracy & Katharine Hepburn's classic "Adam's Rib" and when I read the synopsis I thought it was going to be basically an update of the old movie.
Again we are in the world of the text book here because not only do we have Irish stereotypes, some of which are so quirky it borders on being insulting, and of course both Audrey and Daniel getting drunk at a local festival. Then they annoy us by trying to deny the attraction while the plot spins its wheels, pretending to be about something.
But in truth these movies are very different and "Laws of Attraction" is a run of the mill modern romantic-comedy where two people who antagonize each other fall in love but find their professional rivalry causing issues. And it is no spoiler to say that their drunken partying ends up with them waking up the next day married.I could go on because "Laws of Attraction" continues to be text book when it comes to how Audrey and Daniel deal with their spur of the moment marriage and the rocky road which follows. It is nicely cast, nicely directed and often fun but it is also so very ordinary and predictable that the only thing you will probably remember from it is Michael Sheen's supporting role as a rocker.To say "Laws of Attraction" is text book is not an insult because it really is as we meet Audrey Woods (Julianne Moore - Far from Heaven) a divorce attorney with a touch of the OCD who finds herself coming up against laid back charmer Daniel Rafferty (Pierce Brosnan - The Thomas Crown Affair). Audrey blames it on being the plain daughter of a raving beauty (Frances Fisher), but, I don't know about you, I can't picture Julianne Moore as plain.
The entire first half of the movie is all about them antagonizing each other in various courtroom battles whilst it is obvious that personally they quite like each other.
It is a case that before you even get half way you know how it is going to end and that need for a decent twist, something a bit more original screams out.Part of the trouble is that whilst Peter Howitt does a nice job of directing "Laws of Attraction" and the casting of Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore is good the actual chemistry isn't there.
As for Pierce Brosnan, anyone who thinks he needs to be replaced as James Bond is starkers.As we all know, the formula for this kind of movie requires the two protagonists to hate each other at first sight. We get some dirty games as first Daniel tries to slyly humiliate Audrey and then she tries to get him back as they give TV interviews and drop in little digs during their TV time.
Brosnan is laid back and charming whilst Moore is uptight and controlling but when they get together you never truly feel any passion.

It is fun especially when we have a scene where Daniel pulls out Audrey's panties from his pocket during one courtroom battle but it is all very obvious.
In the end it is Michael Sheen who makes the most memorable contribution because his over the top rocker Thorne is seriously funny.What this all boils down to is that "Laws of Attraction" doesn't have anything really wrong with it but it also lacks anything to make it stand out from the crowd. I recommend "Two Weeks Notice" (2002), with Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant, as a superior example of the formula.
It means that it is a middle of a road romantic comedy which is fun but for the most forgettable.
But in "Laws of Attraction," Brosnan is always more or less in love with Moore, usually more, and so the movie has to resort to wheezy devices to be about anything at all.It gives him offices, for example, above a grocery in Chinatown.
Because Chinatown is a colorful location, although an undefeated divorce lawyer could afford uptown rents. I am reminded of "What A Girl Wants" (2003), in which Amanda Bynes and her mother Kelly Preston live in an apartment in Chinatown, again without a single Chinese person saying one word in the movie, simply because you get the colorful location for free.One colorful location is not enough. Brosnan and Moore find themselves on opposite sides of a divorce case involving a rock star (Michael Sheen) and a dress designer (Parker Posey), who both want possession of a castle in Ireland, which of course requires Brosnan and Moore to jet to Ireland, visit the castle, attend a local fete, participate in Irish jigs, get drunk and get married.
I remember that during "What Women Want" (2000), a much better movie starring Mel Gibson, I was gobsmacked by the office for his ad agency, which was the neatest office I had ever seen in a movie.
In "Laws of Attraction," I liked Brosnan's apartment, which is not in Chinatown and so we don't need to know where it is. It was a little shadowy to be sure, but I wonder if even things like the sink and the sofa were made out of wood. This apartment looks so odd that one of the movie's most implausible moments comes when Moore sees it and says nothing about it.

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