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The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies

The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies

We all run on instinctOct. 11, 2002111 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Camden College. Sean Bateman is the younger brother of depraved Wall Street broker Patrick Bateman. He’s also a drug dealer who owes a lot of money to “fellow” dealer Rupert Guest, as well as a well-known womanizer, for he sleeps with nearly half of the female population on campus. Lauren Hynde is, technically, a virgin. She’s saving herself for her shallow boyfriend, Victor Johnson, who’s left the States to backpack across Europe. Her slutty roommate, Lara, has the hots for Victor as well. Paul Denton, who used to date Lauren, is openly bisexual and attracted to Mitchell Allen, who’s dating Candice to prove to Paul that he’s not gay. Sean loves Lauren. Paul loves Sean. And Lauren may love Sean.
Plot: The incredibly spoiled and overprivileged students of Camden College are a backdrop for an unusual love triangle between a drug dealer, a virgin and a bisexual classmate.
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The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies 1 The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies 26.7/10 Votes: 49,519
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The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies 7 The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies 26.3 Votes: 370 Popularity: 10.436

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Weird mess
The Rules of Attraction is definitely an interesting movie. One of the most interesting things about it was that my whole view of the movie changed after I had seen it and I saw on IMDb it was based on a novel by Bret Easton Ellis. Everything weird about this movie suddenly made way more sense when you know it’s written by the same guy who wrote Less Than Zero and American Psycho. Also helped when I actually remembered ho Roger Avary is.

But knowing the minds behind the movie doesn’t help me like it any more.

I started watching this movie only because of Clifton Collins Jr and the fact that I haven’t seen him enough – only in one TV Show and one movie, where he only has a small role. Since he was there for, what, three scenes, I didn’t exactly get what I wanted out of this movie, and it didn’t manage to surprise me positively. Ultimately there was a certain to this movie that I found interesting, something that reminds me of few of my favourite movies about people as old (or young) as these characters.

However that was fleeting since most of the movie seemed to be annoying relationship, sex and romance drama that I didn’t actually give a damn about. And still when the movie’s summaries talk about a love triangle, I feel like it wasn’t even about that. That had so little to do with everything else that was going on. I can’t say if the novel is long or not, but I feel there is too much packed into this movie.

I liked many details about this movie. The soundtrack was good, the inner monologues were interesting, the cinematography… well it honestly made me think Clifton Collins Jr was going to jump through the screen and kill me, also I never knew I’d see James Van Der Beek’s O-face that close… But the entirety just felt fake artsy and like a really weird mess. When you know who’s behind it, it kind of explains that. It makes more sense, but it doesn’t make it better

Review By: mistoppi Rating: 4 Date: 2017-04-24
You better bring back change; Daddy wants change The Rules of Attraction
After viewing The Rules of Attraction, one can definitely see how Roger Avary and Quentin Tarantino were friends. Upon leaving their jobs as video store clerks, the two went out and did Reservoir Dogs together, before collaborating on Pulp Fiction. Tarantino took all the credit for those two movies, basically striking Avary out of Dogs completely and only giving him story credit for Pulp. With Rules of Attraction, one sees that there was probably more influence on both films. While this adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel contains many clichéd style maneuvers, they all work effectively in telling the tale. Multiple uses of rewind, spilt screen, and the re-showing of events could have been a drastic failure of cheap trickery with less able hands. Here, though, Avary shows some skill and uses everything to further advance a complicated tapestry of story lines and encounters from the stellar cast of young up-and-comers.

This is a story about a weekend of college partying at Camden. We have co-eds of all grades, races, and sexual orientation weaving in and out of each other’s lives, going from party to party, having altercations, conversations, and a lot of casual sex. James Van Der Beek is actually really quite good breaking out of his good boy image from WB-fare casting. His performance really makes me wish his sanitized image didn’t warrant Todd Solondz from cutting his arc from the disturbingly good Storytelling. Shannon Sossamon does admirably as the confused girl rooming with a slut, doing drugs, but wanting to stay pure for the man of her dreams. It is this conflicting nature that runs rampant throughout each character’s existence. The dry, cynical humor prevalent in another Ellis adaptation, American Psycho, carries through here as well. Without so much satire from that film, Rules reaches an absurdity at times that makes you think back to your college days and the craziness and emotional stupidity you remember seeing from those surrounding you.

I give Avary a lot of credit for his sense of detail too. The soundtrack enhances each scene, where it is used, effectively, most noticeably with the hilarious juxtaposition of Ian Somerhalder and Russell Sams dancing and lip-synching to a George Michael song on a hotel bed with their mothers in the dining hall swapping prescription drugs between sips of vodka. Little scenes like seeing a suicide being lifted into an ambulance, students crying all around, with a girl hitting on one of the police officers in the foreground are brilliant. Avary makes the viewer never take a break as there is no telling what he/she might miss. Also, the casting choices are superb in every instance. Clifton Collins Jr. is menacingly funny as a drug supplier, Eric Stoltz creepily spot-on in a small role, Faye Dunnaway hamming it up in the aforementioned hotel dining scene, and Fred Savage in a gem of a cameo.

Even when you think the gimmicks are through, and we have linear storyline normality, we are treated to a fast-paced recap of Kip Pardue’s character’s trip to Europe. The matter-of- fact nature in which the sequence is narrated during its quick cut montage is great. Supposedly this footage was edited into a bridge film called Gliterrati, to connect Rules to a future film adaptation of Ellis’ Glamorama. Unfortunately it has not been released in its full form and Glamorama has been removed from Avary’s slate of upcoming films. Either way, The Rules of Attraction allows for the hope that we will see more Ellis-based films. If nothing else I can’t wait to break into the collection of his works sitting unopened on my bookshelf, waiting to be read for the past year or so.

Review By: jaredmobarak Rating: 9 Date: 2006-09-04

Other Information:

Original Title The Rules of Attraction
Release Date 2002-10-11
Release Year 2002

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min)
Budget 4000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Roger Avary
Writer Bret Easton Ellis (novel), Roger Avary (screenplay)
Actors James Van Der Beek, Shannyn Sossamon, Jessica Biel, Kip Pardue
Country USA, Germany
Awards 2 wins & 3 nominations.
Production Company Kingsgate Films
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 535, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 500T 5279)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383)

The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies
The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies
The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies
The Rules of Attraction 2002 123movies
Original title The Rules of Attraction
TMDb Rating 6.3 370 votes

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