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[It] has a late-entry note of poignancy that cuts through the predictable in this Bollywood bedroom farce. But it's not enough to nudge it out of the column marked "mediocre."
In short, All in Good Time is a failed performance about a performance failure.
Compromised by a contrived storyline, a confounding key subplot involving a character we never meet and an overly convenient resolution.
A cute production that, whilst hardly a breakthrough for the British film industry, has enough laughter to stop it becoming a hard graft.
It's as old-fashioned as its source material... it feels contrived and the comedy is poppadom-flat.
It's all very contrived and sometimes clumsy, but what rescues the tale is the element of pathos lurking beneath the film's broad comedy.
All in Good Time is a touching, likable comedy of life in Lancashire's Hindu community.
Not quite the feel-good farce you might expect, this is an uneven but sober work about the pragmatic nature of relationships.
None of this quite adds up to great filmmaking, but its populist appeal is undeniable. You'd need a hard heart not to empathise with the young couple's plight.
The frequently drowsy script never rises to the occasion.
A wise and witty film about sex - well, actually the lack of it - that's honest and often laugh-out-loud funny.
The set-up remains a universal one for all young lovers regardless of race and this a throughoughly-likeable, warm-hearted film with good performances.
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