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Unable to decide between two lovers (Johnathon Schaech, Matt Keeslar), a young woman (Kathleen Robertson) suggests they all move in together.

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Critic Reviews for Splendor

All Critics (19) | Top Critics (5) | Fresh (11) | Rotten (8)

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  • Dec 12, 2010
    Splendor is conceptually interesting, and occasionally complimented well by Araki's visual flair, but overall it falls short. The humor is completely ineffective for the most part, with strained comedic scenes that worked to aggravate me rather than amuse me. Kathleen Robertson is a capable and beautiful lead, and she plays this role very well overall. The same cannot be said for her co-stars Johnathon Schaech and Matt Keeslar, both of whom deliver forced and often downright annoying performances. A mildly entertaining but altogether unnecessary film.
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