Two lawyers for chance to work on opposite sides in the divorce proceedings loud one star couple. 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.
Alec Leamas (Richard Burton) had been running the West Berlin of the Circus but finds himself called back to London and seemingly demoted.
Prom is coming and David (Quinn Lord) is desperate to make his mark on school before it is too late but unfortunately every girl he has asked has turned him down. Heather (Nicholle Tom) has always had to deal with her sister Carmen (Gina Holden) getting everything her way, having the looks and also a career as a newsreader on a local TV station. As head chef of a Manhattan restaurant Kate (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is strict and tough and in control.
Having sold her company Laura Colton (Josie Davis) returns home to her father and step mother. 10 years earlier Erin (Mia Kirshner) was called Melissa and she used to be gangster Jimmy Collins' girl, but then she went to the FBI and helped them in return for being put in the witness protection programme.


When she was a teenager Mina (Ashley Scott) and Reese (Louis Mandylor) were an item but it ended when after breaking in to a mansion the owner is accidentally killed by Mina when he starts waving his shotgun around and Reese ends up going down for the crime.
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Daniel Rafferty - lawyer improviztor, charming and eloquent man to achieve success in any business is often due to its charm. 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. 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.
They - the exact opposite, but together they will go to Ireland to understand the nuances of the business. 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).


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. 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.
It means that it is a middle of a road romantic comedy which is fun but for the most forgettable.



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