I Do Reviews

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Amber Wilkinson
Eye for Film
November 3, 2013
Despite its heart being in the right place, I Do never does live up to its promise, thanks to melodramatic machinations and often preachy dialogue.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
Karen Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
July 19, 2013
The parade of increasingly traumatic events results in some glum goings-on, so viewers need to hold on to the film's brighter moments.
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Robert Koehler
Variety
June 7, 2013
The combustible possibilities surrounding a same-sex marriage involving partners of different nationalities is turned into rather tepid stuff in I Do.
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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter
June 7, 2013
Uneven comedy/drama tackles hot button issues like gay marriage and immigration.
John Hazelton
Screen International
June 7, 2013
Director Glenn Gaylord and director of photography David Morris Gil (shooting his first feature) give the film a nicely autumnal New York.
Avi Offer
NYC Movie Guru
June 1, 2013
Banal, clunky and contrived.
Full Review | Original Score: 5.75/10
Jamie S. Rich
Oregonian
May 31, 2013
It sounds like a sitcom plot, but "I Do," if you pardon the expression, plays it entirely straight. The drama covers predictable ground.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
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Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times
May 31, 2013
A sweet, sincere, yet ultimately tepid story ...
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
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Kyle Smith
New York Post
May 31, 2013
Someday, when gay Americans enjoy full equality, we can all hope their sexuality will finally stop being used as fodder for dopey, hopelessly contrived dramas like "I Do."
Full Review | Original Score: 0.5/4
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Rachel Saltz
New York Times
May 30, 2013
In a better movie you might play along with contrived plot twists and fake obstacles, but watching "I Do," a movie with thin characters and a languorous pace, you find yourself talking back to the screen.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
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Ernest Hardy
Village Voice
May 28, 2013
Ross's on-the-nose script offers little subtext or nuance, and the film-for all the inherent drama of the situation-has very little real-life grit.
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