Ralph Breaks the Internet
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This is one of those goofball romcoms where crazy things just keep on happening. Its wackiness drives you nuts.
The couple's chemistry is persuasive, especially in the crucial second half, and Chaumeil again demonstrates a keen eye for balancing character and situational comedy against a glamorous backdrop.
Uneven follow-up to Heartbreaker offers a similar pitch but significantly less laughs.
Some French humour still eludes me, and A Perfect Plan is one of those rom-coms that irritates more than amuses.
People do screwy things in screwball comedies - and we're tickled when the filmmakers pull off the daftness with panache. Yet it's hard to raise a smile from the laboriously contrived kookiness of Diane Kruger and Dany Boon's wildly mismatched couple.
There's nothing perfect or planned about Diane Kruger's madcap scheme in this belatedly released 2012 Gallic romcom.
The French don't always get the balance right in their farcical romantic comedies, but they usually win us over with goofy charm. Alas, the plan never quite comes together this time.
With rom-coms like this, who needs warcrimes? This is the most cruel, most contrived romantic comedy I have ever had the displeasure to endure.
It requires you to suspend disbelief but go with it and A Perfect Plan is funny, winning and romantic.
The idiotic plot is exasperating and the ridiculous behaviour beggars belief. You just don't believe a word of it. The daft premise doesn't help.
None of the obvious plotholes would matter if it was in any way romantic or funny. Oh well.
Diane Kruger's looks are fetishised in this laboured and soft-headed farce about beauty and a family curse.
Cute French farce comedy.
The first half is better than the second and it's a little too long, but mostly I enjoyed this. A few laughs and some interesting background to the movie.
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