Two Weeks Notice
PG-13
Entertainment: +4
Acceptability: -2

In this romantic comedy, Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock) is an intelligent but neurotic attorney who defends the ?little people? by taking on the ?big people.? She has an ulcer, eats a lot when she is down and doesn?t sleep much, but her biggest challenge is her new client ? wealthy, self-centered George Wade (Hugh Grant) who calls her all hours of the night and can?t even pick out what to wear without her help. She requires that he prevent the Wade Corporation, his brother?s company, from tearing down the community center where Lucy grew up. Eventually, Lucy has had enough and gives George two weeks notice. Wade doesn?t want her to leave and sees to it that no other company hires her before agreeing to let her go if she will find her own replacement, who turns out to be red-headed looker June (Alicia Witt). Lucy considers joining her boyfriend on an ocean journey but wasn?t counting on falling in love with George. Threatened with the reality of losing her, George must confront his feelings for Lucy and learn what real love is all about.

In Two Weeks Notice, Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant bring out the best in each other with a powerful screen presence as a couple. However, the film has too many instances of sexual humor to receive an acceptable rating. George frequently discusses his sex life and admits that most of the female attorneys he has hired have slept with him. He has been married and divorced several times giving the impression that fidelity in marriage is not to be taken seriously. Lucy and George engage in a conversation about how she might perform in the bedroom. Fortunately this movie does not have an overbearing amount of foul language and stands on its own without it. This was an entertaining movie that receives a negative rating because of sexual situations and references.

Preview Reviewer: Lynn Nusser
Distributor: Warner Brothers

Summary
Crude Language: Mild ? One time (hell); Moderate ? Few times (ass, SOB)
Obscene Language: None
Profanity: Several times (G, OMG)
Violence: Few times (tennis player repeatedly get hit with tennis ball, George?s latest wife throws coffee on Lucy during the divorce proceedings)
Sexual Intercourse: None
Nudity: None
Homosexual Conduct: None
Sexually Suggestive Action/Dialog: Several times (George talks more than once about his sleeping with his female attorneys in the past, Lucy talks to George about how she can perform in bed, Lucy talks about how she has a man waiting in her bed at home for her, Lucy is in the men?s bathroom talking to George when she bends down and gets her hair caught in his zipper and is thought by a male employee to be doing something sexual)
Drug Abuse: Alcohol
Other: Lucy making grunting noises while using the bathroom, Lucy gets drunk on George?s boat.
Running Time: 101 minutes
Intended Audience: Teens and adults

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