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Bye Bye, Love is well-meaning in its examination of divorce, but a lack of authenticity or laughs will have audiences asking for an amicable split. Read critic reviews

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With varying degrees of success, recently divorced friends Dave (Matthew Modine), Vic (Randy Quaid) and Donny (Paul Reiser) are trying to move on with their lives. Vic feels villified by his ex-wife's parents, while Donny has a shaky bond with his teen daughter, Emma (Eliza Dushku). Dave, meanwhile, has an enviable problem -- he has more dates than he can handle. As they confront their post-marital challenges, the men take solace in one another's plights.

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Critic Reviews for Bye Bye, Love

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Audience Reviews for Bye Bye, Love

  • Aug 23, 2009
    Very disturbingly and shockingly, I enjoyed this Mild/Family Comedy. It was a paticularly a warm-your-heart comdedy, than a laugh-your-frickin'-ass off, Piss your pants comedy. Modine and Quaid make this one enjoyable flick.
    Joseph E Super Reviewer
  • Oct 25, 2008
    I liked this movie. The three divorced men care about their children, and have difficulties with dating after their divorce. The kids more-or-less understand the difficulties of divorce, so I see the movie as providing some hope for a lousy situation.
    Red L Super Reviewer
  • Jul 23, 2008
    We watched Bye Bye Love in my Human Relationships class and it was the only movie I disagreed with my professor on(the Story of Us and When Harry Met Sally were also shown). He saw it as a wonderful story about fathers dealing with divorce but my friends and I found it very annoying. It's so sterotypical with its characters. I would recommend Parenthood for a better film about family frustrations. The only reason to see this movie is Janeane Garofalo who is one of the only likable and funny characters.
    Sunil J Super Reviewer
  • Jan 08, 2008
    This is good. The story deals with a lot of characters but doesn't feel full or rushed. All of the characters are normal people and you can see why they are in the positions they are in. I liked seeing the journey of these people and the end was nice to see.
    Jason S Super Reviewer

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