Two Weeks Notice


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 42% · 124 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59% · 250K ratings
IMDb Rating 6.1/10 10 125843 125.8K

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Plot summary

Dedicated environmental lawyer Lucy Kelson goes to work for billionaire George Wade as part of a deal to preserve a community center. Indecisive and weak-willed George grows dependent on Lucy's guidance on everything from legal matters to clothing. Exasperated, Lucy gives notice and picks Harvard graduate June Carter as her replacement. As Lucy's time at the firm nears an end, she grows jealous of June and has second thoughts about leaving George.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 07, 2019 at 02:10 AM


Top cast

Sandra Bullock as Lucy Kelson
Katheryn Winnick as Tiffany
Alicia Witt as June Carver
Hugh Grant as George Wade
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855.17 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hitchcockthelegend 6 / 10

Light and effective ROM-COM.

Lucy Kelson {Sandra Bullock} lands a job as chief counsel for a big hitting New York real estate firm that is owned by mega-rich George Wade {Hugh Grant}. He's an engaging enough boss but he's very shallow, and Lucy finds that she's practically running his life for him. So finally tiring of being treated like a Personal Assistant, she gives her two weeks notice of resignation. But can the pair do with out each other? And is there more than a working relationship bubbling under the surface? For his first feature film directing assignment, Marc Lawrence played it safe and got lucky with his lead actors. Whilst hardly setting a new benchmark in the ROM-COM genre, Two Weeks Notice is however witty and not without charm. This is due in the main to the pairing of Grant & Bullock, who play it perky and spark a chemistry so sadly lacking in many other modern day films of its ilk. By their own admission the pair got on great off screen, and that is evident as the pair feed of each other to make the lightweight script work wonders. The dominance of the pair tho leaves little room for the supporting actors to breathe, with many of them coming across as mere fillers. It's this that stops the film from being the great film that Bullock, and particularly Grant's, efforts deserved.

Enjoyable light entertainment that could have been better if more thought had gone into the outer characters. 6.5/10

Reviewed by mark.waltz 3 / 10

A tale of two quirks.

He's trying too hard to be charming and she's trying too hard to be obnoxious. He fails, but she succeeds. The British droll charm is getting old for Hugh, playing an Arthur like billionaire minus the booze and Liza. She's trying to be Gloria Alred, but just fails miserably. Together, we're supposed to believe that they are a match made in heaven, but the angels would have blasted them out due to the sparks they make, and it isn't a romantic one. If that isn't bad enough, a cameo appearance by a future President really added self indulgent gas to the film overall.

The lack of star quality doesn't have an effect on the New York City scenery, heading out of Manhattan as Bullock's character tries to save a Coney Island community center. Dana Ivey and Robert Klein score as her parents, and many New York theater and soap actors round out the cast in a sensational ensemble. But the script just fails to convince me that these two characters would be the Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant of the millennium, lacking in class and humor. It also tries to be very New York millennium cool, taking on a Mets game with a gag that falls flat and the law community in a way that truly rings false.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 6 / 10

A Silly and Predictable Screenplay Supported by the Chemistry of Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant

Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock) is a leftist lawyer graduated in Havard who usually protests against the powerful. George Wade (Hugh Grant) is a spoiled millionaire, co-owner of a huge construction company. Lucy meets George trying to preserve a community center in Coney Island, where she lives with her parents. George proposes Lucy to be the attorney of his Company, and he would preserve such a beautiful and important building without demolishing. After a period working together, George becomes completely dependent of Lucy, so she decides to quit her job. The rest of the plot is so silly and predictable that does not worth any comment. This movie only works because of the central pair of stars: Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant are wonderful in their roles and in the end the viewer will not be completely disappointed and the movie will entertain. There are some jokes and some deleted scenes that are very funny. Forgettable, but worth to be watched just because of Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant. My vote is six.

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