It is difficult to write a review for "No Strings Attached," the Ivan Reitman-directed sex comedy that finds two handsome adults banging each other with, well, no strings attached. It is difficult because of the film's artwork that features Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher, the two actors who manage the film's blend of sexiness, comedy, and decent pathos. The two provide solid performances, but their chemistry runs a little forced; though they do navigate to progression from sex-com to rom-com with skill. Anyway, the film is as solid as fun and as fun as its cast, but a decent review of the energetic comedy can not be written when Portman's shamefully airbrushed, obviously stretched, and unnaturally bleached thigh screams with its inhuman slenderness and artificial shape from the film's poster art. It is truly distracting. Look at it; it just is not right. She deserves better.
The film is entertaining, at least.