Connie and Carla Reviews

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December 14, 2017
It's not really that complicated. Connie and Carla flounders because while men dressing up as women is funny, women dressing up as men is not.
December 22, 2010
The plot is nothing new; not much here for teens.
May 6, 2009
For audiences who adored "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," Nia Vardalos' follow up movie (she wrote both scripts) will come as a big fat letdown.
August 7, 2008
September 11, 2006
The movie does offer some genuine guffaws as it trips over itself to be all things to all people.
December 9, 2005
Like an episode of particularly bad network television, this movie hasn't a clue as to how to do anything that doesn't feel contrived or unoriginal.
August 13, 2004
muitos espectadores talvez julguem melhor economizar o dinheiro do ingresso do cinema, utilizando-o para comprar o CD do filme.
August 8, 2004
Vardalos is a much better actress than she is a writer, and the patchy script has a desperate, thrown-together feeling to it, as if she had to scramble to come up with something after Wedding's gargantuan success.
August 5, 2004
Some like it lukewarm? Well, they're welcome to it.
June 12, 2004
June 11, 2004
A good-natured but self-indulgent camp comedy lacking in originality, character and comic timing.
June 9, 2004
Full marks for trying a radical change of direction, and nul points for inflicting the ghastly mess on us
June 8, 2004
There's some fun to be had here, but not quite enough, and the film is burdened by its tired message that drag queens are human beings too.
June 8, 2004
Plays like a bargain basement Some Like It Hot.
May 18, 2004
If you find meticulously staged, passionately sung anthems about love, beauty, truth, and joy to be tiresome, then don't drop a dime on this film. Otherwise GO!
May 3, 2004
What Connie and Carla has to teach us about gay people.
May 2, 2004
May 1, 2004
The film's real joy comes in its camp performance pieces, which outrageously poke fun at the guilty pleasures of musical theatre.
April 26, 2004
"Big Fat Greek Wedding's" huge success was a surprise to me and to Hollywood. It won't have the mass appeal and will make only a fraction of the dough-but this film I get.
April 24, 2004
Nia Vardalos should have cut right to the chase and named the characters Lucy and Ethel.
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