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Forces Of Nature


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Dreamworks Video
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0783235380
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,003 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Affleck/Bullock ~ Forces Of Nature

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Edmund Lau Kok Ming on July 13 2004
Format: DVD
Just rewatched this movie, "Forces of Nature" late last night. Caught it on the big-screen when it was first shown couple of years back. I like this movie a lot. It's about two people whose lives are put on hold because of strange happenings one after another. And the whole experience led them to fall in and out of love, and ultimately reevaluate the people and things that mean most to them.
Ben Affleck is likable in his vulnarable, clueless mode. Remember that this was pre-"Pearl Harbor" and pre-"Beniffer". In fact, I like his acting in this movie and "Chasing Amy" a lot more than all the other box-office nonsense that he's in. Sandra Bullock is a little wilder and crazy in this movie but still shows her vulnarable side (isn't that why we love her?).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 9 2004
Format: DVD
Forces of Nature starts out as a fun romantic comedy, but as much fun as it was to watch Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock have a good time, I couldn't help being disapointed with Ben Affleck's character. Both he and his fiancée, Maura Tierney were tempted to cheat on each other, except Ben's fiancée's conscience holds her back, while only timing holds back Ben. I felt bad for Maura Tierney's character. She trusted her fiancée and he let her down, and yet there was a happy ending for all. Well, all but those watching the film.
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This is a really entertaining movie about two people who by fate are put together, they are completely different. One is a free spirit who lives by the codes of her own rules (Sarah, played by Sandra Bullock), and the other is a man who is about to get married and plays by the rules and basically fears change (Ben, played by Ben Affleck). Ben and Sarah are on a flight on its way to Savannah, but the plane has an accident. Ben is on his way to a wedding, and Sarah has to go to Savannah to claim $25 grand by selling a donut shops she owns. They hitch a ride in a rental car with a guy named Vic who smokes pot, and they are later caught and held, eventually released. Other events occur, such as them hitcing a ride with a real estate bus, pretending to be married so they can find their way down to Savannah. She lies about them being married, and him being a doctor. Of course they spar heads a few times, he is uneasy with her carefree attitude and she wants him to live a little more. Their lies catch up with them and put them in compromising positions, prompting Ben to strip in a gay bar for money to buy a car, so they can leave this town before they are arrested for fraud and not paying their motel bill. There's lots going on, and fate doesn't seem to be on their side. Ben takes this to mean he shouldn't get married, everyone gives him bad advice on marriage, and he is starting to doubt his intentions as well. We later find out Sarah is married and has a child from a previous marriage, who she had not seen in 2 years. She wants to give him the money she is after, but we find out her child was taken away from her, which is basically a sore spot for her. In the end, when Ben thinks he is going to dump his bride, he makes it and decides to marry her in Hawaii...Read more ›
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In the realm of romantic comedy, Forces of Nature might be described as earnest. Its makers intended to make something original, and while they did not succeed, it was not from lack of trying. The laughs and, to a degree, the romance are here, but the movie never reaches the heights it aims for.
Ben and Bridget [Ben Affleck and Maury Tierney] are to be wed in a few days at her parents' home in Savannah. He is to fly from New York City for the event. Ben writes blurbs for book jackets for a living. He's a somewhat stuffy fellow who never lets himself go. On the airplane, he meets Sarah [Sandra Bullock], a whacky free spirits with a heart of gold - the kind who exists only in movies. [You know this character. It's the one that makes a complete mess of life, yet always ends up somehow nobler than everyone else.] She tries to strikes up a merry conversation with the reticent Ben. Her attempts are interrupted when a seagull gets sucked into one of the plane's engines. This causes the craft to veer off the runway while attempting take off. Unscathed, the two find themselves hitching a ride with a mad man. Thus begins their often hilarious road trip together. Ben must make it to the wedding on time, and Sarah must get to Savannah for her own reasons.
Forces of Nature is Bullock's third foray into playing a romantic lead, and it is her best attempt. It is Affleck's first try. There is a certain amount of chemistry between the two leads, but I am convinced that Bullock's forte will eventual prove to be in other areas. This is not necessarily a negative criticism, for the same can be said of Glenn Close, Sigourney Weaver and Meryl Streep. As for Affleck, he still exhibits an immaturity which does not lend itself well to this kind of role.
Most of the humor is not provided by the two stars.
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On the front cover of this DVD in big bold letters it says in quotes "Outrageously Funny" - I didn't think that this movie was particularly outrageously funny, certainly not something I'd die laughing over, but if there were two movies on, One that I know is Outrageously Funny, and Forces of Nature, I would rather watch this movie any day. It is true that this movie did contain some lines of good humor, and some traits and sequences intended to make the easily laughable laugh, and I can see why people would write "this movie is horrible" in their review, simply based on this humor. But that just proves my theory that the best way to watch a movie is to forget about what everyone else is saying, forget about the fact that The box the DVD came in is kind of odd, or that the Interface is somewhat pixelated and over active, and just watch the movie looking to enjoy it. This movie deserves a 5 rating because it is a movie that I can sit down and watch, mainly because of it's fun attaching nature, and the fact that while it may be touted as a comedy or a love story or whatever else the reviewers may write, this movie is a perfect conglomeration of all the elements of film making with a little bit of every style, with not too much or not too little of any. Get this movie and watch it, you won't regret it.
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