The Breakup Artist (2004) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Breakup Artist (2004)





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Romantic comedy about a 35-year-old New Yorker (Joseph Lyle Taylor) who has more experience getting out of relationships than staying in them. Paula Devicq. Features cameos by Regis Philbin and actor-filmmaker Edward Burns. Directed by Frank Rubino, who co-wrote the script with Pamela Thur.

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Edward Burns
as Himself
Lee Allen
as Al, Sr.
Adam Haar
as Stephen
Darnell Williams
as Father Williams
Sarah Sims
as Caroline
Chuck McCue
as Father Walsh
Frank Rubino
as Soccer Coach
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This was actually a pretty good movie. Poor ending but overall I would recommend it for a low-budget film.

Rambo Ramsey
Rambo Ramsey

This film was okay. After watching the entire movie, I can say that the characters were not nearly as bland as the first 20 or so minutes suggested. I was another one of those nonsense movies that is good for a rainy day.

R. R.
R. R.

So-so romantic comedy, it has some good moments as well as some poor ones. Not a very memorable film. The characters are decently developed, but no one stands out in acting, but the acting is universally good. Just another mediocre movie.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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