Review: Plethora of co-stars can't tie up plot's loose ends in 'No Strings'
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Review: Plethora of co-stars can’t tie up plot’s loose ends in ‘No Strings’
‘No Strings Attached” is all about the asides — the raunchy jokes, the funny ancillary characters, the awkward situations and unlikely encounters. It has to be about the asides, because the film’s
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