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Friends with Benefits —a movie about a male and a female who allow sexual relations with each other, but have agreed to forego the affecting baggage that usually accompanies such an arrangement—debuts this weekend at your area cineplex. And, yes, this Justin Timberlake—Mila Kunis romantic comedy has drawn a few comparisons to another film along with almost the exact same plot: Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman's No Strings Attachedwhich was released just this ancient January. Which film is better? I asked Branum, who has now seen both films, if he could be an objective critic considering his character in one of the films, 'Of course I'm going to fucking decide my movie, Mike Ryan. With so as to, Branum compares each aspect of equally films and decides which is better: Friends with Benefits or No Strings Attached.
I wonder if they still argue a propos whose movie was better. Without ask, Friends With Benefits is the a cut above of these two films. On the other hand, its baseline level of competence also makes it less appealing to analyze. If Friends With Benefits was clearly made by promising creators with a solid understanding of the romantic comedy genre, No Strings Close feels like it was made as a result of space aliens who learned about charity by watching Garden Statecatching half a Nancy Meyers movie, and stumbling athwart a photo of Ashton Kutcher.