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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Two Weeks Notice cinematronic
  director

Marc Lawrence

cast

Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, Alicia Witt, Dana Ivey, Robert Klein, Heather Burns, David Haig

year

2002

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  In what may be — or should be — her last go-round as a girlish leading lady in a rote romantic comedy, Sandra Bullock teams up with aging British swain Hugh Grant for "Two Weeks Notice." Grant's pleasing pairing with Julia Roberts in "Notting Hill" showed that he had a sellable rapport with at least one of America's sweethearts of the '90s. But he and Bullock don't have the sparky chemistry of the Grant-Roberts duo. Here, Bullock is smart, frumpy activist lawyer Lucy Kelson, whose attempt to preserve a community center from the wrecking ball of the Wade Corporation leads to a confrontation with the development company's figurehead, playboy George Wade (Grant). George needs to quickly hire a new Chief Counsel and wants a sharp, good-looking woman in the position. Lucy agrees to the job, as long as Wade refrains from knocking down the community center. Your eyelids may droop before their combative relationship blossoms into love. "Two Weeks Notice" writer/director Marc Lawrence's script and pacing pale next to "Notting Hill." Instead, this is a middling date movie that will suffice as a Saturday-night rental/somatic.  
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