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Laws of Attraction (story)

The book Laws of Attraction (story) was made into the movie Laws of Attraction.

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Book details for Laws of Attraction (story)

Laws of Attraction (story) was written by David T. Friendly. .

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Movie details for Laws of Attraction

The movie was released in 2004. Laws of Attraction was produced by New Line Home Entertainment. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com.

Actors on this movie include Pierce Brosnan, Julianne Moore, Parker Posey, John Discepolo, Mike Doyle (II), Nora Dunn, Frances Fisher, Allan Houston, Sara James, Vincent Marzello, Brendan Morrissey, Johnny Myers, Heather Ann Nurnberg, Annika Pergament, Annie Ryan (III), Michael Sheen, Gordon Sterne, Brette Taylor and Marc Turtletaub.

 

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Julianne Moore and Pierce Brosnan turn on the movie-star twinkle in Laws of Attraction. They're both divorce lawyers whose in-court conflicts give rise to sparks of an entirely different nature--and while they're in Ireland, trying to determine whether th... Read More
Julianne Moore and Pierce Brosnan turn on the movie-star twinkle in Laws of Attraction. They're both divorce lawyers whose in-court conflicts give rise to sparks of an entirely different nature--and while they're in Ireland, trying to determine whether the husband or wife in a rock-star divorce deserves to keep a swank castle, they "accidentally" get married. Back in New York, they agree to keep up the pretence of marriage, lest a quickie divorce make them the laughingstocks of the legal community. Few comedies are as outright clumsy as Laws of Attraction; the plot falls apart even as you're watching it, the dialogue stumbles, the direction is graceless. Somehow Moore (Far From Heaven, The Hours) and Brosnan (Tomorrow Never Dies) sustain their charm--but if you're looking for a comedy about divorce, Intolerable Cruelty or the classic Adam's Rib provide a lot more fun. --Bret Fetzer