I Love Trouble
I Love Trouble (1994)

Two reporters for rival newspapers, one an embittered veteran, the other a bright newcomer, reluctantly team up to investigate a conspiracy involving corporate espionage. Their hesitant partnership takes on new dimensions when circumstance… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: June 29, 1994
DVD Release Date: February 20, 2001
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Critic Score: 20% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times

No one expects movies like this one, set as it is in the largely mythological world of fiercely competitive daily newspapering, to be realistic. But neither should they be as flaccid and unconvincing as what we are presented with here.

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Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune

Again and again, the I Love Trouble script takes us deeper and deeper into the machinations of a high-tech company when what we want to see is Nolte and Roberts outfox each other.

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Stephen Hunter
Baltimore Sun

You can tell that they like each other by the way they hate each other. Shakespeare may have invented the recipe, Tracy and Hepburn may have refined it, but Nolte and Roberts certainly hold their own.

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Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer

Trouble is a sampler of the kind of roles Roberts and Nolte should play more often.

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Jay Boyar
Orlando Sentinel

Is there chemistry between Roberts and Nolte? Not really. This by-the-numbers production is more like math than chemistry.

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Angie Errigo
Empire Magazine

The lack of chemistry onscreen allows the paper-thin premise to collapse in on itself, and there's very little else left to salvage.

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John Hartl
Seattle Times

Generic as its title, I Love Trouble is like a Xerox of a copy of a facsimile.

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Michael Sragow
New Yorker

It's like the worst possible Newman-Redford vehicle: the script reduces the stars to twinkling mannequins, and their chemistry barely rises to the buddy-buddy level.

Candice Russell
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

There's a pervasive romanticism in I Love Trouble that depends on the chemistry generated by Roberts and Nolte.

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Flixster Audience Score: 32% Flixster User Reviews
Alex roy
Mediocre romantic comedy, I Love Trouble is a film that had the potential of being much better than what it turned out to be. The film suffers from a wooden… More
Dean McKenna
Uneven mix of suspense-thriller and romantic comedy comes up short because of the lack of real chemistry between Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte, reporters from… More
Film Crazy
funny and goodi love this movie there clearly was good chemistry between Nolte and Roberts making it much more watchable! the plot and storyline is good with… More
Todd Smith
I've seen I Love Trouble several times and it never gets old. It is from the early 90s but is a story that is still entertaining today. Nick Nolte and… More
Candy Rose
Two rival reporters have to work together to uncover a conspiracy. Good cast.
Naughtia Nahazhina
I thought this movie was funny and clever. This movie is great to watch when you got nothing better to do. The only reason I watched it was because of Nolte and… More