Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (19)
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| DVD (1)
It's an amiable yuppie comedy.
It's a ditzy comedy that also manages to make a good point about the cruel choices people are forced to make.
...a wholeheartedly underwhelming bit of '80s nostalgia.
Keaton is fabulous in roles like this, where she plays the nervous, infectiously-spastic independent woman who has needs, particularly when they are written with equal parts gushy sweetness and savage wit by Nancy Meyers
With the ever-charming Keaton in the lead, the flick turns out to be as harmlessly entertaining as it is outlandishly unrealistic.
Delightfully funny and honest
So-so comedy with Keaton still straining to keep up with her post-Woody Allen career.
A wonderful performance from Diane Keaton pulls the movie through.
Comedy starring Diane Keaton about a Yuppie who tries to have it all in life.
Nice performances by Keaton and Sam Shepherd almost give this anemic comedy the energy it lacks.
Mildly cute chick flick with a great performance by Sam Shepherd.
This is a good movie about women and the workplace, it has an excellent cast, and it's funny too. I really liked this movie, and I highly recommend it.
Diane is a busy business woman who's life is turned upside down when a baby comes along. She retires to the country where she has a bottomless pit of a house. She falls for a vet. She makes baby food which she sells across the country. Funny movie.
Yet another one of those childhood films. Cute, but predictable.
The movie is just as awful as the poster
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