Critic Review -

This wobbly low fidelity romantic comedy is filled with distinctly unlikable characters and an unsubstantiated use of child sexuality that further clouds the film's morally rudderless course.

April 15, 2009 Full Review Source: | Comments (6)


Rob Y.

Rob Young

One occasionally hears opinions about art of the type "the Mona Lisa is inferior to a decent photograph" or "Beethoven produced a lot of noise that my child can improve upon". Seldom are the opinions of a qualified critic of this caliber. However, the comments of mr. Smithey in this odd review are of similar quality.

Oct 15 - 08:57 PM

Susan S.

Susan Sams

Rob, I think you're the one who needs to re-think the quality of your opinion and not be so closed-minded.. Other people are allowed to have opinions. Oh, and notice I said "I think" not "you aren't qualified enough because you think differently." Personally, I think Miranda July tries too hard. The whole indie thing is hard to accomplish.. and I personally think she failed. This film is so contrived it's hard to stay interested. Love her books, but this was sad. And so are closed-minded people like Rob.

Nov 20 - 03:37 AM


Harold Warren

I do agree.

Mar 13 - 10:03 PM


Glenn Floods

Couldn't agree more.

Mar 25 - 03:13 AM

Colm Doran

Colm Doran

i agree with this comment

Nov 2 - 05:34 PM

Faith Workman

Faith Workman

I agree fully with this review!

Rob Y., are you really trying to compare this movie to priceless works created by two of history's greatest artistic geniuses?

May 23 - 03:28 PM

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