Rules Of Attraction, The

Rules Of Attraction, The

By Lions Gate Films

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Two gay scenes are the highlight of this hyper-sexed drama set at a college for the rich, adorable and pampered based on the best-selling novel by Bret Easton Ellis. Kip Pardue (Loggerheads) does full frontal and as a bonus Ian Somerhalder appears in his tighty-whities in this totally sexy film about a group of pampered college students who party without end. Also a superb gay kiss with James Van der Beek.


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DVD Features

"Revolving Door" Commentaries: By the Cast and Crew
Sundance's "Anatomy Of A Scene"
Preview of Upcoming Roger Avary Film Glitterati
Teaser Trailer
TV Spots
Interactive Menus

Reviews

average rating
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out of 5

13 Reviews for Rules Of Attraction, The

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Review by Scott Cranin

By: Scott Cranin
In-House Review - Sep 29 2007
Like the work of Bret Easton Ellis, from whose writing this film has been adapted, The Rules of Attraction disguises a complete lack of substance with a gorgeous sheen. The story takes place at a distinguished northeastern university whose attendees ... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"THE RULES OF ATTRACTION"
Lost Souls
Amos Lassen
The Rules of Attraction" is a twisted story about sex, drugs, and college life. Three students at Camden College are involved in a love triangle. Sean Bateman, a womanizing drug dealer ... Read More

Review by greggy

By: greggy
The 'college' scenes just didn't ring true for me. I knew people who partied like that -- and they flunked out. For that reason alone, I would tell a friend to skip this one. There are lots of other reasons not to watch.

I found Van Der... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by RandySix

By: RandySix
The movie is based on the idea kids in college screw around like rabbits. It was suppose to shock America but with the revelation that collge is all about senseless animal sex. In Italy the name was changed to the "Animal College".
It did better... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by John Nail

By: John Nail
In one scene in this movie, Jessica Biel and Shannyn Sossamon's characters do so much coke that Biel's nose starts to bleed. "Rusty pipes," Biel's character giggles as she wipes the blood away. This line also is uttered in the movie of Brett Easton E... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by adam

By: adam
this is a good film, in maybe an ironic sense because it's certainly not likable. the plot is cynical to a ridiculous extent, all the main characters have little to no redeeming qualities about them... and that's why ian sh--whatever the hell his n... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Adidas bOY

By: Adidas bOY
This is definately a movie worth watching. The camera work is great and so is the acting. However, I would not recommend that any member of the GLBT community listen to the commentary. The commentary overall sucks, but more specifically Ian Some... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by xy77boy

By: xy77boy
I agree that Ian Somerhalder's homophobic remarks ruined this film for me but honestly the film is homophobic in itself. On one hand, you could argue that everyone is the film gets used and abused and does not get what they want but on the other han... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by Bent

By: Bent
Booze, drugs and sex. That's what college is all about. And so is this film. Of interesting note is James Van Der Beeks open mouth kiss with another guy. Even though Tom Cruise's underwear/dance scene in Risky Business is legend, those two hunky ... Read More

Review by are u kiddin me?

By: are u kiddin me?
THANKS TO THE EXCELLENT REVIEWS SUBMITTED BY OTHERS, I WAS ALERTED TO THE DISTRESSING TRUTH ABOUT IAN SOMMERHALDER. AFTER HEARING THE VACUOUS WORDS SPEWED FROM THE MOUTH OF THIS ALLEGED ACTOR DURING THE REVOLVING COMMENTARY ON HIS OWN PERFORMANCE, I ... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by depecheman

By: depecheman
As a fan of Bret Easton Ellis' works, I was looking very forward to seeing the translation. The film itself I found flawless. I then decided to listen to one of the 'revolving door' commentaries. The one with Ian Somerhalder. I will now be avoidi... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Herr Ebert

By: Herr Ebert
Defining "The Rules of Attraction" is kind of like describing color to a blind person. If you haven't seen blue you really can't explain how it looks. The same holds true to the adaptation of Brett Easton Ellis' novel, "The Rules of Attraction". ... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by Jax

By: Jax
I saw this movie in the theater, having anticipated it's fall release thoughout the summer, and it was a horrible disappointment. There was no plot, the acting was mediocre, and all of the hype about the movie's gay subtext was completely overrated.... Read More

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