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75
ReelViews
Aside from the likable performers, Forces of Nature's greatest strength is that it flouts several established conventions of the genre.
70
Variety
An extremely enjoyable neo-screwball comedy about attractive opposites on the road.
70
Turns out to be an extremely likable vehicle with a genuine sense of fun.
63
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
The man (Affleck) is something of a force of nature himself, and it ain't pretty.
50
An arcade game disguised as a love story, nearly comatose with cute.
50
Make no mistake: This slackly paced picture doesn't gel.
50
A so-so, OK, perfectably acceptable, nice, rather charming romantic comedy with two stars who are entirely watchable.
30
Time
All its desperate plot maneuvers (Ben and Sandra making like Tarzan on a train roof) can't give the film wit; all the slo-mo sleet, rain and confetti can't give it style. [March 22, 1999]
25
Chicago Tribune
If you are misguided or otherwise unfortunate enough to see Forces of Nature, you will find yourself the next day with but one image, one memory, in your head: Sandra Bullock's teeth. [19 March 1999, Friday, p.A]
0
Chicago Reader
Monstrously offensive movie.

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