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Attraction (2000)

A writer/radio advice show host fails to heed his own advice as he stalks his ex-girlfriend and then becomes involved with an actress friend of hers.

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Matthew
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Garrett
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Liz
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Corey
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Sammy (as Josh Hutchinson)
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Suzanne
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Ethel
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Rolf
Paul Jerome ...
Guard (as Paul Eric Jerome)
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Cee Cee (as Cee Cee Harshaw)
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William
Fred Ellis ...
Newsstand Man (as Fred E. Ellis)
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Ticket Lady
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Beehive Waitress
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A writer/radio advice show host fails to heed his own advice as he stalks his ex-girlfriend and then becomes involved with an actress friend of hers.

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Slow but interesting
7 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The thing I liked about this movie is that every character was nuanced. Seemingly, until the end of the movie, there is no one that can be deemed pure protagonist or antagonist, and the intentions of the individuals are not clear. This is a good thing, it adds depth to the picture. In addition, there is a bit at the end where Liz mocks Garrett, this is truly a subtle point, and is some sense "explains" Garrett's subsequent reaction.

This said, I thought the ending was poor. My wife and I thought that the script had written itself into a corner, and the ending really showed this. I think a good dose of ambiguity would have better served the conclusion.


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