‘No Strings Attached’ takes within the old concern of whenever does experimenting slide into love.

No Strings Connected: movie review.

Moving in for a dual dosage of angst this season, Natalie Portman turns from “Black Swan” to try out Emma, a new medical practitioner in “No Strings connected” who scampers far from psychological accessories. Her prime attachee is Ashton Kutcher’s Adam, an aspiring tv author while the son of the famous blowhard sitcom celebrity played by Kevin Kline.

The stereotypical sex part reversal this is actually the gimmick. Emma could be the person who simply desires a relationship that is sexual any psychological overload while Adam, who plays along with the setup, inevitably falls on her. Why he does therefore is one thing of a secret, since Emma, while undeniably smart and pretty, can be undeniably abrasive. Since Adam doesn’t look like the masochistic kind, his puppyish, sweet-souled love on her behalf registers as more of a plot convenience compared to a plausibility.