• PG, 1 hr. 38 min.
  • Comedy
  • Directed By:    Richard Schenkman
  • In Theaters:    Jun 1, 2007 Wide
  • On DVD:    Aug 14, 2007
  • Fox Meadow Films

And Then Came Love Reviews

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Louise Keller
Urban Cinefile
November 8, 2008

It's lightweight and reasonable likeable, but there's nothing special about this predictable rom com in which a single mother finds her son's sperm donor and then deliberates on the options that life offers her

Prairie Miller
Critical Women
April 19, 2008

For those not willing to buy into mandatory motherhood, there are still a few roles left for women here and there, as dragons ladies, sluts and psychos.

Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter
Top Critic
July 13, 2007

Ultimately feels as generic as its title.

Stephen Garrett
Time Out New York
Top Critic
June 23, 2007

An earnest cast of talented actors can't save this well-meaning but torturously banal message movie about parental responsibility from poor writing, elementary plotting and pedestrian direction.

Full Review | Original Score: 1/6
Ronnie Scheib
Top Critic
June 23, 2007

[A] flat, post-feminist cocktail of remixed cliches.

Eric Lurio
Entertainment Insiders
June 23, 2007

It's painful to watch.

Stephen Holden
New York Times
Top Critic
June 15, 2007

Eartha Kitt stands out in this otherwise uneventful romantic comedy.

| Original Score: 2/5
Maitland McDonagh
TV Guide's Movie Guide
June 15, 2007

The film falters on many fronts, including truly wooden performances and a thoroughly uninteresting heroine.

Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4
Frank Lovece
Film Journal International
June 14, 2007

Whatever positive, life-affirming story the filmmakers meant to present gets lost amid a crowd of repugnant people.

Kam Williams
Black Collegian
June 12, 2007

Entertaining enough as a mildly amusing diversion, even if it might deliver a dubious message to impressionable teenage girls torn between dating a nerdy nice guy and a loser without much of a future.

| Original Score: 2/4
Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine
June 10, 2007

Turning its back to the feminist movement, And Then Came Love believes to the bottom of its execrable core that single mothers should go the way of the dodo bird.

Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4
Brandon Judell
New York Theatre Wire
June 8, 2007

Any fans of Oscar Wilde, run for the hills!

Stephen Garrett
Time Out
Top Critic
November 17, 2011

Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
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