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I Love Trouble
     

I Love Trouble

4.0 3
Director: Charles Shyer

Cast: Julia Roberts, Nick Nolte, Saul Rubinek

 

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This blend of comedy and thrills gets a streamlined presentation on DVD. I Love Trouble has been given a letterboxed transfer at the aspect ratio of 1.85:1; the film's original English-language audio track has been mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a dubbed French track is presented in Dolby Digital Surround. No subtitles have been included. As a bonus, the

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I Love Trouble 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Remember that tense scene in ''North By Northwest'' when Robert Thornhill tosses his initialed matchbook cover down to Eve to alert her to his presence and her danger? That scene is mimicked in ''I Love Trouble'' with a toss of Nick Nolte's wedding band to his new bride, Julia Roberts, recently acquired at a Las Vegas wedding chapel where the couple faked a marriage to outflank pursuers who are hot on their trail as they uncover a chemical company plot to foist cancer causing milk on an unwitting public. The film artfully blends suspense and comedy as these two big ego reporters from competing papers spire to out-scoop each other throughout the film's first half, to eventually join forces as their very lives are in increasing danger. As the film's danger and suspense increases, our two protagonists seem to blossom out of their separate and very independent egos that drive their competitive urges into a union of necessity if they are to survive, and finally a union of love as they discover the joys of being a flower in the garden rather than summer buds unable to bloom in the proper season. As one would expect with such a classic plot that hearkens back to not only ''North by Northwest'' but the ''Thin Man'' series, Nick saves Julia, the chemical company scheme is thwarted, and all is well. The film is beautifully made with lots of dark, atmospheric scenes; the acting is top rate; the suspense works; and the comic antagonism between our protagonists is delightful. To bad Nolte and Roberts did not make a few sequels. They would have made a great modern Nick and Nora Charles.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i saw this movie on TV and thought that it was completely great and scary! it keeps you on the edge of your seat! i want to buy this movie so i can watch it again and again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago